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Rural Ireland will suffer in rush to save face over NBP fiasco

Expecting the right call to be made on broadband rollout is little more than a pipe dream at this point

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
7th July, 2019

The series of claims and counter claims over the National Broadband Plan (NBP) this month has provided clarity in one respect, although not about any of the groups doing the shouting. BT, it has become clear, is the smartest telco on the island because it never went near the whole debacle. Siro can safely take second place because it pulled out before the mess descended even further into chaos. Congratulations to both on retaining their...

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