Crews working to restore phones

Due to the adverse weather conditions over the recent days in the Donegal area, eircom currently have 430 reported faults for eircom telephone and broadband services in the county. The worst affected areas are in north Donegal in the areas of Buncrana, Malin Head and Bunbeg.

Due to the adverse weather conditions over the recent days in the Donegal area, eircom currently have 430 reported faults for eircom telephone and broadband services in the county. The worst affected areas are in north Donegal in the areas of Buncrana, Malin Head and Bunbeg.

Nationally, 5,000 faults have been reported to eircom. The areas with the highest fault levels are the north and western coastal counties of Donegal, Sligo, Mayo and Galway and the north east counties of Louth, Cavan and Monaghan. In the south west of the country the worst affected areas are west Cork and Kerry.

A spokesperson for eircom said: “We have deployed additional repair crews to work on faults around the country. Our repair crews are working hard to repair all faults as quickly as possible.”

Customers are reminded that they can log faults on www.eircom.ie/logafault or through eircom’s automated customer service line, 1901. Faults can be reported to either service 24 hours a day, seven days week.

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