Fastnet Broadband plans Irish expansion

Fastnet Broadband, an internet provider with operations in Ireland and Britain, has bought rival operator Ildana out of liquidation and plans to expand further in Ireland.

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Ian Kehoe

3rd June, 2006

Fastnet Broadband, an internet provider with operations in Ireland and Britain, has bought rival operator Ildana out of liquidation and plans to expand further in Ireland.

Under a deal completed last week, Fastnet has acquired Ildana’s 260 broadband internet customers. It also bought Ildana’s contracts to provide internet services to 30 rural communities under the government’s group broadband scheme.

The value of the deal has not been disclosed, but it is...

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