4G: The great 4G divide

Residents in some areas of the country are finding it considerably harder than others to get access to the new 4G technology. Deirdre O'Shaughnessy reports.

23rd February, 2014
Mary McDonnell, Diarmuid McIntyre and Mairead O'Connor of Grey Heron Media in Kilfinane, Co Limerick. Picture: Dave Santorum

With the roll-out of fourth generation mobile broadband, commonly known as 4G, technically in full swing, some areas are faring better than others in attracting the new technology, while others struggle to catch up with even the most basic provision.

Galway-based Eamon Walsh provides IT support and infrastructure for a range of SME clients through his company PAQit Solutions, and is excited about the prospect of 4G arriving in the West. PAQit is headquartered in...

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