Enet launches 1 Gbps rural FTTH network

Monday 1 February 2016 | 10:38 CET | News
Irish wholesale fibre provider Enet has officially launched its 1 Gbps fibre broadband network in rural North Kerry. This will be used to showcase its capability to deliver the National Broadband Plan (NBP). The network cost EUR 650,000 and provides fibre-broadband connections directly to around 340 premises in the locality. Currently there are four retail service providers offering broadband services to homes over enet's network - Bbnet, Kernet, Permanet and Ripplecom. Other service providers are also expected to start offering services to customers in the coming weeks and months.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: BBnet / Enet / Ripplecom Communications
Countries: Ireland
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