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Roscommon-Galway Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has confirmed that Ballinasloe and its environs will be one of the first locations to be connected under the Government’s plan for high speed broadband
National Broadband Ireland (NBI), the company rolling out the new high-speed fibre broadband network under the Government’s National Broadband Plan (NBP), has announced that surveying works in several areas of Mayo are well underway.
The Mayo Public Participation Network (PPN) is the main link through which Mayo County Council connects with the community, voluntary and environmental sectors in the Community.
More than 38,000 premises in Galway are set to receive high-speed fibre broadband in 2021, with National Broadband Ireland crews having begun initial works in townlands outside the city.
Michael Ring TD has welcomed the news that the first group of Broadband Connection Points, a key element of the Government’s National Broadband Plan, have been connected.
Some 59 per cent of Irish motorists have looked at their phones while driving within the last year, according to new nationwide research carried out by iReach on behalf of Toyota Ireland.
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.