The time has come for 5G broadband
After years of preparation, 5G broadband is ready to make a mark in both our personal and professional lives and Three Ireland is more than set for this change
After many years of hype, 5G is starting to make significant inroads in the Irish market. While it’s still early days, the last few months have seen Three Ireland roll out its 5G broadband service, with uptake growing exponentially.
All of this is down to the significant groundwork Three Ireland has put in over the last few years, investing more than €100 million annually into its network infrastructure.
Three’s network already had a...
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