State can’t go with broadband plan in its current form
Sixty-four per cent of people in our Red C poll this week believe that the government should sign off on the €1 billion contract to deliver the National Broadband Plan
Sixty-four per cent of people in our Red C poll this week believe that the government should sign off on the €1 billion contract to deliver the National Broadband Plan, which has been stalled for nearly seven years.
The finding might surprise some readers - given the degree of controversy and political upheaval surrounding the plan, as well as the number of private operators who have begun to roll out their own broadband services -...
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