Irish broadband penetration
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Eir , the largest telephone company in Ireland, began rolling out broadband Internet access in Broadband Internet access is available via DSL , cable , wireless , and satellite. The switches are connected by dedicated resilient fibre links. As of September , there are 1. As of September , there are 5.
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Internet in the Republic of Ireland
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Almost two-thirds of Irish households now have a broadband connection, the latest quarterly report from ComReg reveals. ComReg reported that revenues in the telecoms sector also seem to be showing improvement, rising marginally by 0. However, year-on-year revenues are down 2. Fixed voice subscriptions increased by 0. Cable broadband subscriptions rose by 3. Consumer adoption of higher broadband speeds continued with
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Broadband speeds in Ireland
Despite dramatic strides in recent years in growing broadband to 1. Ireland also remains significantly behind leading EU countries in terms of households with broadband access. According to the NCC around 85pc of Irish businesses have broadband compared with leading countries like Finland, France and Spain which are at 95pc.
Rural electrification was one of the great infrastructural projects of 20th-century Ireland. Rural broadband — no longer a luxury but an economic necessity — is its 21st-century equivalent. Since there have been four government initiatives to improve broadband, all of which have worked up to a point. But major problems remain. Broadband has got faster, and more places than ever are served, but 40 per cent of the population — and 96 per cent of the Republic, geographically — still lack commercial coverage.