Monday January 27, 2020

Imagine says it can provide NBP homes with wireless broadband

A wireless broadband operator has told the government it can now service almost 45 per cent of the 540,000 premises included in the state’s National Broadband Plan

6th October, 2019

A wireless broadband operator has told the government it can now service almost 45 per cent of the 540,000 premises included in the state’s National Broadband Plan (NBP), The Sunday Business Post understands.

Last week, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said Imagine had “challenged” the NBP map and “caused a delay” which was holding up the final award of the contract for the multi-billion euro plan to a firm led by US businessman David McCourt....

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