Virgin’s €200m network upgrade is a ‘big vote of confidence’
Chief executive Tony Hanway says moving more than one million broadband customers to fibre over the next three years will ‘future-proof’ the network
Virgin Media Ireland’s €200 million network upgrade represents a “big vote of confidence” by its parent group in the business, its chief executive has said.
Tony Hanway said the investment in upgrading more than one million of its existing broadband customers to fibre broadband over the next three years would “future-proof” the network for a considerable amount of time.
“We’re really delighted about this, it’s a big vote of...
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