200 new mobile phone towers planned across Ireland
The new owner of mobile phone tower company Cignal plans to add 200 new sites in Ireland as it expands its presence in the country.
Spanish company Cellnex is rebranding Cignal under its own name following the completion of the takeover.
Cellnex said 50 new tower sites would be completed by the end of this year, bringing its overall total across the country to just over 600. The company told the Business Post that it planned...
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