Rural Wifi was delighted to be featured in the Carlow Nationalist. Rural Wifi’s CEO Patrick Cotter spoke to the paper about Rural Wifi rolling out to Carlow, the next County in our country-wide rollout after Monaghan.
In the article below notes the failure of the National Broadband Plan to serve Carlow:
Carlow has almost 8,000 premises that cannot connect with broadband infrastructure. Based on this figure, Rural Wifi has established that means that 28% of premises in Carlow are unable to access broadband and all it offers.
Rural Wifi has already carried out a feasibility study in Co. Carlow and can offer wireless broadband to rural customers.
The original article appeared in the Carlow Nationalist.