Friday February 28, 2020

Wireless finds a way

Most broadband providers are reluctant to talk about the connectivity issues facing businesses in rural Ireland – but for wireless providers who can go where fixed lines don’t, such issues are music to their ears

29th July, 2015
John Regan, head of sales, Ripplecom

Ripplecom offers fibre-based internet as well as wireless access across much of the midlands, south and south-west of Ireland and, according to head of sales John Regan, companies that previously have been told they couldn’t get a connection because of their location should look again.

“Our focus is totally on growing the business side of our business and we’re doing that through hooking up remote offices for SMEs that are geographically located in...

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