Broadband prices to tumble this summer

Home broadband prices look set to fall significantly over the summer months as several major providers get ready to follow smaller operators in slashing their subscription fees.

6th May, 2006

Home broadband prices look set to fall significantly over the summer months as several major providers get ready to follow smaller operators in slashing their subscription fees.

Last week, Magnet Entertainment became the latest of the emerging broadband companies to cut its entry level 2 megabit (Mb) broadband package to €15 per month.

Last month, Perlico Broadband reduced its entry level 1Mb package to €20 per month, while Imagine Broadband and BT Ireland have had an...

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