False economics of cheap broadband

More choice, greater availability and faster speeds are the positive trends in the business broadband market, but it has been an uphill climb and there is still a long way to go before we reach the brow of the hill.

30th September, 2006

More choice, greater availability and faster speeds are the positive trends in the business broadband market, but it has been an uphill climb and there is still a long way to go before we reach the brow of the hill.

As the incumbent operator Eircom continues to exert huge market dominance, retaining 73 per cent of all DSL (digital subscriber line) subscriptions in a market where DSL - the fixed wire connection that works across...

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