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4G an alternative for businesses

The 4G era in Ireland may see some businesses contemplate switching to mobile broadband options, writes JJ Worrall.

5th October, 2013

Last summer, a European Commission report claimed that Irish broadband users don't always get what they're promised from broadband providers. The average Irish web connection, it claimed, may only reach around 85 per cent of what the consumer or business is actually paying for.

As company advertisements from broadband providers make claims of being the fastest or most reliable service out there, just how can businesses be sure the stats they're being bombarded with are true...

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