Blacknight adds broadband to its offerings

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
28th February, 2021
Blacknight adds broadband to its offerings
Michele Neylon, founder of Blacknight, said the move into providing broadband services was the logical next step

Blacknight, the web hosting business based in Carlow, has entered the broadband market for the first time. The move follows the firm adding retail and website services to its product line last year in response to growing demand during the pandemic.

The move into providing broadband services was described as the logical next step by Michele Neylon, the company’s founder.

“Historically we’ve focused on the business market, and we’ve provided business fibre in...

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