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Eir will not lower rural infrastructure access costs for NBP

Wednesday 7 February 2018 | 12:20 CET | News
Irish telecoms company Eir has no plans to cut the cost of access to its rural network infrastructure. CEO Richard Moat told the Irish Independent that Eir would facilitate access to its poles and ducts, but only at existing regulated prices of EUR 10-EUR 20 per pole. 

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Companies: ComReg / Eir
Countries: Ireland
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