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Legal fight over, Imagine boss trains guns on internet plan

Bolger says providing fibre broadband is not commercially viable

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

13th November, 2016
Sean Bolger, chief executive of enterprise broadband provider Imagine Picture: Fergal Phillips

Sean Bolger, the chief executive of commercial broadband firm Imagine, is not afraid of a fight. Last week, his company finalised what has been reported as a multimillion euro settlement with telecommunications giant Motorola over an alleged breach of contract in a wireless broadband deal from 2009.

With that case behind him, he’s now got Ireland’s national broadband plan in his sights.

According to Bolger, the country’s national broadband plan is not...

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