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The company offers a full refund within 30 days if its product fails to boost the customer’s broadband. Photograph: Getty Images

FleetConnect, the firm that operates wifi on buses and trains across the State, plans to capitalise on the Government’s faltering broadband process by(...)

Installing fibre-optic cable. Photograph: Michael Smith/Getty Images

Why has the telecoms industry here cold-shouldered the Government’s national broadband process? It’s a reasonable question considering the contract wi(...)

Denis Naughten, Minister for Communication, announcing details of the National Broadband Plan at Government Buildings in 2017. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The National Broadband Plan (NBP) is all but dead in the water following the exit of SSE, the UK-listed utility giant. Regardless of what the Govern(...)

The largest mobile operator in the State said it added 12,000 contract customers during the first quarter of the year.

Vodafone Ireland revenue recorded a 1.7 per cent rise in service revenue from €235 million to €238.6 million in its first quarter in contrast to its p(...)

Regina Moran, of Vodafone Ireland (centre), with Vanessa Tierney and Ben Wainwright, co-founders of Abodoo.

Vodafone has teamed up with start-up Abodoo to promote and support remote working for Irish businesses. The two companies will work together to educa(...)

Plugged in: the Scandinavian/Baltic countries continue to lead the way in terms of the take-up of fibre broadband in Europe

Despite criticism of the Government’s broadband strategy, Ireland has joined a select group of European countries that have a minimum 1 per cent of ho(...)

Fibre broadband: Eir says it could provide high-speed rural connections for a fraction of the proposed State subsidy. Photograph: Karl Hussey/Fennell

The Government’s broadband procurement process is fundamentally flawed and will lead to delays and higher costs for the taxpayer, Eir warned the Minis(...)

About 542,000 homes and businesses across the State stand to benefit from the State-subsidised National Broadband Plan.

The Government’s broadband tender process remains competitive even with just one bidder left in the race, the most senior official in charge of the pr(...)

Eir’s decision to withdraw from the NBP was ‘regrettable’, Minister for Communications Denis Naughten told an Oireachtas committee. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins.

The sole remaining bidder in the Government’s National Broadband Plan (NBP) is “really committed” to the project and “there is no sense of stopping th(...)

Minister for Communications Denis Naughten announcing details of the National Broadband Plan last April. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Fianna Fáil is calling for an independent review of the Government’s broadband procurement process following Eir’s surprise decision to quit the proce(...)

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