O2 Ireland is a subsidiary of O2 (Telefonica Europe).
O2 Ireland is one of the leading communication providers in Ireland. The company offers solutions to over 1.7 million customers. It is based in Dublin and Limerick, and includes a retail network of over 80 stores.
O2 Ireland began life as Esat Digifone in Ireland in 1996. In 2000 British Telecom acquired Esat Digifone and later demerged its wireless division, called mmO2, in 2001. In 2002, mmO2 rebranded and the O2 group of companies was officially launched. In March 2006, the O2 group was acquired by Telefónica S.A.
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