Broadband take-up increases slowly

The number of customers signing up for broadband in Ireland has soared, even though there has been a dramatic slowdown in broadband take-up across Europe, according to a report published last week.

3rd February, 2007

The number of customers signing up for broadband in Ireland has soared, even though there has been a dramatic slowdown in broadband take-up across Europe, according to a report published last week.

Ireland is one of only two countries where the dominant market player - in this case Eircom - has lost market share to competitors, according to the report by the European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ECTA), which promotes competition among telecom operators.

The report...

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