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Eircom has said that it now has more than 2,300 wifi hotspots in Ireland. The company reported that it had 1.2 million unique logins from over 330,000 devices on its WiFiHub hotspot.

10th August, 2013
Cathal O'Dalaigh, head of broadband, Eircom with wifi model Dave Kelly and hairdresser Darren Lacken at House of Colour Hair Salon, Dublin. Photo: Maxwells

Eircom's hottest hotspots

Eircom has said that it now has more than 2,300 wifi hotspots in Ireland. The company reported that it had 1.2 million unique logins from over 330,000 devices on its WiFiHub locations per month. It said that by far the busiest WiFiHub hotspot is its free service at Dublin Airport. Leisureplex in Stillorgan, Dublin and the base office of Tallaght Cabs are among the next busiest WiFiHub sites in Leinster. The busiest...

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