Sunday September 27, 2020

Reality Bytes: Saying no to the internet

Time and time again, analysis of the Irish market shows that people in the Republic and in the North can’t be bothered using the internet at home.

1st April, 2006

Time and time again, analysis of the Irish market shows that people in the Republic and in the North can’t be bothered using the internet at home. Frankly, they’ve better things to do.

Last week, Ireland’s telecoms regulator, Comreg, released its latest quarterly bulletin on the state of broadband in Ireland. Even with some growth in the market - about 58,000 new subscriptions - our take-up is pathetic. It suggests strongly...

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