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If Eircom removes the phoneboxes from Athenry, the nearest public phones for the town will be in Main Street Loughrea.
Fine Gael Community and Rural Affairs Spokesman Michael Ring TD said removing phone boxes without exploring the potential they have to offer is short-sighted. Deputy Ring pointed to the UK where BT has adapted payphones for text, e-mail and internet and offers communities the chance to hang on to their local phone by ‘adopting’ or ‘sponsoring’ the kiosk.
Sinn Féin councillor Thérèse Ruane insists that high speed access to broadband must be made a priority for our local businesses and communities. This State not only lags far behind the EU average in broadband rollout, it also has some of the highest costs and lowest speeds in the EU.
Eircom has announced it has broadband enabled the telephone exchange serving the residents of Loughboy Co. Kilkenny.
Eircom has announced it has broadband enabled the telephone exchange serving the residents of Ballyheane, outside Castlebar. The announcement comes as part of eircom’s public commitment to broadband enable more than 400 exchanges across Ireland by the end of this year.
The lack of proper countywide broadband has shown how Mayo has been let down by central Government according to one candidate in the Ireland North West constituency.
Eircom has announced it has broadband-enabled the telephone exchange serving the residents of Ballinahown, Co Westmeath. The announcement comes as part of eircom’s public commitment to broadband-enable over 400 exchanges across Ireland by the end of this year.
Problems with interference to the wireless phone service in a number of areas in Connemara, particularly in Kylemore and Seanaphestin, have now been resolved according to Eircom.
Roscommon councillor, Paddy Kilduff, has expressed concern at the delay in providing broadband facilities to the Monksland area.