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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.
Minister for Communications, Climate Action & Environment, Dennis Naughten, has released a statement on the Government’s plans to incentivise people to reduce their waste and to recycle more through the gradual phasing out of flat-rate fees for bin collections.
Tests of Mayo broadband speeds ranks wireless provider Imagine as delivering faster speeds than many fibre providers
Ranking of broadband speeds in Mayo released by independent measurement expert, Ookla Speedtest “demonstrate the fundamental importance of wireless internet connectivity to counties like Mayo”, leading internet provider Imagine said recently. The Ookla Speedtest results 2016 measured the speed performance of all internet service providers (ISP) servicing the Irish market. The results were calculated by measuring and aggregating the performance of ISPs as reported by users, with the top five providers ranked and named.
In a social media first, Minister for Communications Denis Naughten is to participate in a live broadcast on Facebook addressing questions from the public on the delivery of high speed broadband to every home and business in Ireland.
Online trading could offer a welcome boost to small businesses in rural Ireland as the Government continues to prioritise high-speed broadband, Deputy Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran has said.
Fianna Fáil TD for Galway West Éamon Ó Cuív says the Government’s National Broadband Scheme doesn’t provide fast enough connections and will be redundant before its roll-out is completed.
Eircom has announced its proposed solution to the Government’s tender to bring high speed broadband to rural Ireland.
Athlone, Mullingar, and Longford are to be included in the first phase of Ireland’s first 100 per cent fibre-to-the-building broadband network, offering speeds from 200 Mbps to 1000 Mbps to 500,000 premises in 50 regional towns.
Post offices across County Galway should receive high speed broadband in a scheme similar to that used to bring high-speed broadband to secondary schools, Fine Gael East Galway TD Paul Connaughton has demanded.