Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Irish government concludes there is no viable plan B

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Monday 01 April 19

Ireland still has close to a million people who are unable to access superfast broadband services

David McCourt's National Broadband Ireland consortium looks set to win a €3 billion tender to provide superfast broadband services across the Republic of Ireland. According to a report in The Times, the Irish government has concluded that there is no viable plan B for the provision of 30Mbps services to some 540…

David McCourt's National Broadband Ireland consortium looks set to win a €3 billion tender to provide superfast broadband services across the Republic of Ireland. According to a report in The Times, the Irish government has concluded that there is no viable plan B for the provision of 30Mbps services to some 540…

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