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Local Minister of State, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, has warmly welcomed the Government’s commitment to invest €46 million in the delivery of high-speed broadband to Westmeath as part of the national broadband plan.
High Speed Broadband Infrastructure builder Imagine today announced that its network now covers over 63,500 premises in the county and that it is investing €300m to be first to provide high speed broadband to over one million premises nationally.
Rural homes and businesses in Galway are among the first to benefit from a €300m high-speed broadband investment, meaning that reliable 150Mbps high-speed broadband is now available to over 800,000 premises across rural Ireland.
Rural homes and businesses in Mayo are among the first to benefit from a €300m high-speed broadband investment. Reliable 150Mbps high-speed broadband is now available to over 800,000 premises across rural Ireland.
Athlone Institute of Technology has become the first institute of technology and the eighth higher education institute to accede to the prestigious Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research (AMBER) SFI Research Centre headquartered at Trinity College Dublin.
Do you struggle to get good Broadband in your area? Imagine Broadband is the solution you are looking for!
Lack of availability of broadband in rural Ireland is a front and centre issue. It’s gaining particular attention in the run up to the local elections with candidates on doorsteps listing it as a key concern - that is where Imagine comes in.
Joe Daly, the local election candidate for People Before Profit in the Castlebar district, has called for the broadband infrastructure to be nationalised and rolled out by the ESB.
With ‘Safer Internet Day’ now a prominent date in the education calendar, independent price comparison and switching service, Switcher.ie, has compiled a selection of useful tips to help parents keep their children safe while online.
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway Eugene Murphy, has noted that a large number of mobile phone black spots in his constituency are proving detrimental to rural businesses and dwellers.
Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway, Deputy Eugene Murphy has hit out at the continued delays in the signing of the contract for the National Broadband Plan which he says is having a serious impact on hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in rural Ireland waiting to be connected to the network.