Thursday September 24, 2020

Broadband plan under review after 130 responses to public consultation

Department asked operators if they planned to install ‘new and substantive’ networks

13th October, 2019

The Department of Communications is reviewing the scale of the multibillion-euro National Broadband Plan (NBP) after receiving 180 responses to the consultation process on the number of premises to be included in the scheme.

The department launched the public consultation earlier this year to finalise the number of homes and premises that will be covered by the NBP.

It asked operators to submit any plans they had for “new and substantive” networks which will be implemented...

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