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Imagine’s not selling speed

17th October, 2009

This week, telecoms company Imagine will launch its Wimax-based broadband service. The network’s roll-out, which has €100 million in investment behind it, will be phased over three years, finishing in 2012. By that time, it will cover ‘‘90 per cent of the country’s population’’, according to company bosses. Coverage will begin in Dublin, Athlone, Wexford and Sligo.

Imagine, which will also market the service under its Irish Broadband subsidiary,...

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