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Tuam fibre broadband services receives €11 million investment

Homes and businesses in the Tuam area are to benefit from a €11 million investment by Eircom Wholesale to provide high-speed fibre broadband with speeds of up to 100mb/s.

Eircom invests €10 million for super fast broadway in Mayo

Eircom have announced they are halfway through a €10 million project to deliver high speed broadband to 33,000 homes and businesses throughout the county by 2016.

Eircom halfway through €10 m investment in Mayo for super fast broadband

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Eircom have announced they are halfway through a €10 million project to deliver high speed broadband to 33,000 homes and businesses throughout the county by 2016.

High-speed broadband is just waiting to be used, says eircom

Some 12,000 homes and businesses in Mullingar have access to broadband speeds of up to 100mb, but thousands have yet to sign up.

High-speed broadband waiting to be used, says eircom

By Claire O’Brien

Jobs boast for Athlone as PhoneWatch announce new offices

Athlone is set to benefit from a national jobs announcement made by secutiry solutions firm PhoneWatch on Wednesday.

Broadband failure threatens business success in Mullingar

Eircom have admitted that it needs to replace nearly a kilometre of faulty cable in Forest Park Industrial Estate in the town. The fault left several businesses including an award winning, high-tech business without internet access. And according to one business owner eircom’s inability to provide reliable high speed broadband is threating the survival of their company. Robotics & Drives had signed up for O2 broadband, which uses eircom lines, and it was only after serious internet problems that the real issue came to light.

Almost 600 Eircom customers in Mayo are without service

Almost 600 Eircom customers are without service and it may take five to six days to fix the faults causing the outages, said the company this afternoon.

Eircom briefs Castlebar Chamber on its fibre roll-out plan

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Broadband is considered the number one infrastructure priority for enterprise growth and job creation. According to Forfás, Ireland's policy advisory board for enterprise and science: “The widespread availability of advanced broadband infrastructure and services is essential to realising future growth potential in existing and emerging sectors. It will also play a key role in supporting the growth of small business and supporting regional development.”

Moate included in eircom’s fibre footprint

Eircom has announced its plans to increase its national fibre footprint from one to 1.2 million homes and businesses including those in Moate in Westmeath.

 

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