IT WILL BE 2023 by the time the government has connected all 540,000 homes to high-speed broadband in rural Ireland.Communications Minister Denis Naughten has stated that the “network rollout will take 3-5 years following contract award” under the National Broadband Plan.
The National broadband plan is a government initiative to bring minimum 30 megabit to all premises in Ireland. The plan so far costed between €500m and €1bn is now likely to cost 60pc more than what the politicians and civil servants predicted.
Television and broadband customers of Sky Ireland and Vodafone are facing an increase in price in the coming weeks. Just a day after Netflix began emailing customers to inform them of a rise in subscription costs,
Over the past 10 years, Wi-Fi has gone from an obscure, nice-to-have amenity to a borderline necessity. Still, the laws of physics are hard to beat and if you’re living in a house with thick walls you’re going to end up with Wi-Fi dead zones.