How do I contact Carphone Warehouse Ireland?
Please visit carphonewarehouse.ie for more information or call 1800 806 200.
When did Carphone Warehouse come to Ireland?
The chain opened its first Irish store in 1996, and agreed a £3.8 billion (€4.3 billion) merger with Dixons in 2014.
Is Carphone Warehouse in India?
Support staff: A Carphone Warehouse shop in London, UK. The firm’s subsidiary in India is expected to be operational early next month. The subsidiary, likely to be called Carphone Warehouse India Ltd, will directly employ 25-30 people in the country in the next 12 months and will be based either in Mumbai or New Delhi.
Are Currys and Carphone Warehouse the same?
The Carphone Warehouse Limited was a mobile phone retailer based in London, United Kingdom. In August 2014 the company became a subsidiary of Currys plc (previously named “Dixons Carphone”), which was formed by the merger of its former parent Carphone Warehouse Group with Dixons Retail.
Is Carphone Warehouse now Currys?
Part of its biggest ever rebrand, Carphone Warehouse along with brands Team Knowhow and Dixons Carphone have now been rebranded as ‘Currys.
Is Carphone Warehouse still in Ireland?
Dixons Carphone has closed all its Carphone Warehouse shops in the Republic of Ireland with immediate effect. It had 69 standalone Carphone Warehouses in the country and 12 in-store branches employing more than 450 people.
Does Carphone Warehouse have a call Centre?
To get started, just pop into any Currys store – or give us a call on 0800 049 0222 and we’ll get you covered.
Is Carphone Warehouse gone from Ireland?
As part of our company’s broader transformation, of one joined up and profitable business, it has made the difficult but necessary decision to close Carphone Warehouse in Ireland, in line with its decision to close all standalone Carphone Warehouse stores in the UK in 2020.
What is Carphone Warehouse now called?
Part of its biggest ever rebrand, Carphone Warehouse along with brands Team Knowhow and Dixons Carphone have now been rebranded as ‘Currys. ‘