Eir announces 79 towns and villages now have access to faster broadband
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Eir has announced an extension to its Gigabit Fibre Network which will see it spread to 79 towns and villages in Ireland.
The company said the move will now see 800,000 premises across Ireland have access to its fibre broadband network.
“Fibre connectivity has become an essential part of life for many of us," eir CEO Carolan Lennon said.
"It is the instrument through which we conduct our work, our entertainment, our education and our social lives.
"Eir is proud to build and deliver this essential service and we are particularly proud of our dedicated team of engineers who have worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic to ensure we can provide a reliable, superfast broadband connection to more people and businesses across Ireland.
The race for fast broadband is heating up as other providers offer similar speeds with Virgin Media offering nearly one million homes speeds of up to 1Gbps from last August.
Eir’s Gigabit Fibre Network has arrived to premises in the towns below and customers can check if they can already avail of this service here.
- Dennehy’s Cross
- Dun Laoghaire
- Lucan Ballydowd
- Quaker Road
- Roches Street
- Shannon Town
- Wellington Road