Permanet to close after 15 years in business
Wireless broadband provider is winding down as customer numbers fall and costs increase
Permanet, the wireless broadband provider, is to wind down operations in the coming months after 15 years in business.
The company, headed by Ray O’Leary, has informed customers that it is closing down and encouraged them to find internet services from other providers.
In an announcement posted on its website, the provider said it had taken the decision to cease operating as a result of falling customer numbers, increasing costs and “external factors” beyond...
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