The signals are good for broadband

While a small number of remote communities are still unable to access broadband, Adrian Weckler argues that almost 90 per cent of the business population has some way of getting connected.

6th October, 2007

While a small number of remote communities are still unable to access broadband, Adrian Weckler argues that almost 90 per cent of the business population has some way of getting connected.

Sunday morning, 11am. Breakfast is finished, guests have checked out and life quietens down at the Moorings Hotel in Portmagee, Co Kerry. For owner Gerard Kennedy, it's a perfect time to check in with e-mail contacts, read a paper online and browse a few webstores...

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