Broadband deal worth €650k

Centrecom has agreed a deal with UPC Ireland to provide its cable broadband service to customers as part of its Corporate HomeWorker broadband service.

8th December, 2007

Centrecom has agreed a deal with UPC Ireland to provide its cable broadband service to customers as part of its Corporate HomeWorker broadband service.

Centrecom managing director Christopher Plockelman valued the deal, agreed last October, at €650,000 over five years.

‘‘Centrecom has been offering a one-stop shop for employee broadband to Irish corporates for two and a half years,” said Plockelman.

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