Over 3,000 premises in Letterkenny can now access high speed broadband on the National Broadband Ireland network. National Broadband Ireland is the company delivering the new future-proofed, high-speed Fibre-to-the-Home network under the National Broadband Plan on behalf of the Government. Over 33,000 premises in County Donegal are included in the State’s Intervention Area, which will […]
WORK to erect a 18-metre high Eir telecommunications mast in Kilmacrennan briefly brought traffic to a standstill along the busy N56 on Friday. The company put in place the monopole telecommunications support structure at the rear of the existing exchange ready for equipment installation in early 2022. This site secured planning permission in October and […]
THE rollout of the National Broadband Plan in Donegal is facing major setbacks with the pandemic being blamed for targets being missed. The Letterkenny and Creeslough areas have moved to the design phase of the project but many areas are facing delays. Eighty per cent of premises in Donegal, within what is known as the […]
Government investing €128m in Donegal to connect more than 32,000 homes, farms and businesses to broadband
SIRO, which is delivering Ireland’s first 100% fibre-optic broadband network, today announced construction is underway on its Letterkenny connection.
UDARAS na Gaeltachta has welcomed the upgrade works undertaken by Eircom Wholesale recently.
BROADBAND speeds in Donegal are finally set to increase, if announcements made by two providers this week are anything to go by.
LABOUR’S Local Election candidate, Christy Galligan, has welcomed news that 78 rural communities in Donegal, including Churchill and Termon, are to get access to high-quality broadband for the first time.
DONEGAL Deputy Charlie McConalogue has demanded a progress report on the implementation of the National Broadband Plan and the Rural Broadband Scheme in Donegal.