NBI was awarded the multibillion-euro State contract to roll out broadband to 540,000 homes and businesses late last year.

The Government is considering fast-tracking the National Broadband Plan (NBP) in response to the coronavirus crisis, Minister for Communications Eamon(...)

A heavily redacted version of the contract for the National Broadband Plan (NBP) was published last week, nine months after the controversial €3 billi(...)

The Department of Communications said the redactions were due to “commercial sensitivities”.

A heavily redacted version of the €3 billion National Broadband Plan contract has finally been published, more than nine months after the controversia(...)

National Broadband Ireland (NBI), the company contracted to deliver the €3 billion plan to provide broadband to areas without services, has said custo(...)

A redacted version of the €3 billion National Broadband Plan (NBP) contract is to be published on the Department of Communications website shortly, so(...)

Eir stands to lose out on €125m from reductions in leasing poles alone if the price cuts proceed. Photograph: iStock

Eir stands to lose out on at least €125 million in revenues from the National Broadband Plan, and potentially much more, if ComReg proceeds with plans(...)

David McCourt, CEO and founder of Granahan McCourt, and Peter Hendrick, CEO of National Broadband Ireland. Photograph: Julien Behal Photography

The company chosen to deliver the Government’s €3 billion National Broadband Plan (NBP) has unexpectedly dropped out of the equivalent project in the (...)

National Broadband Ireland, the company rolling out the project, said it will have half the proposed 300 “broadband connection points”, where the public can get free high-speed internet access, deployed by the end of this year

Up to 300 high-speed internet hubs envisaged under the National Broadband Plan (NBP) will be deployed within the next three to nine months. National(...)

The first four areas to be serviced  will be the areas around the cities of Limerick, Kilkenny and Galway, and around Carrigaline, south of Cork city.

The first 35 areas to be served with high-speed broadband under the National Broadband Plan have been revealed at a private industry meeting. The loc(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and US businessman David McCourt of National Broadband Ireland sign  the National Broadband Plan at St Kevin’s National School in Co Wicklow on Tuesday.  Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Did the Government have to spend €3 billion on rural broadband, a price tag that works out at roughly €6,000 per household? And, having agreed to spen(...)

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