The prevailing coverage on voicemail suggests that it's a technology that is going out of fashion, rapidly. Voicemail use is arguably declining, with many large companies phasing out the system in their offices. It’s also becoming less and less of a thing for millennials, with digital natives and modern workers often opting to send a text or instant message instead. But, it's not dead,yet. Analysis of data found that 76% of Irish mobile subscribers were still using voicemail.
You may have heard the term 'MVNO' bandied about a lot, but what does it actually mean? MVNO stands for ‘Mobile Virtual Network Operator’, and these networks are often referred to as 'Virtual Networks'. There's been a lot of these popping up in the past few years. In this post we examine what these networks are, along with the current make up of the MVNO sector in Ireland.
With mobile use increasingly centred around data services, mobile plans that offer generous data allowances at reasonable prices are becoming more and more favoured by Irish customers. In light of this, we looked at the current data offerings from Irish providers to find out where the best value for mobile data could be found.
iD, the new mobile network from Carphone Warehouse in Ireland have finally publically launched in Ireland. With a flexible plan structure to suit every user - KillBiller is the ideal way to work out what option is for you. iD will be one of the cheapest networks the majority of mobile users in Ireland. Compare every plan now and have a look.