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Most Irish consumers happy with home broadband performance - ComReg

Monday 9 November 2020 | 12:17 CET | News
The majority (4 out of 5) of Irish consumers believe that their home broadband service is currently adequate to meet their needs, according to the latest research from ComReg on the impact of Covid-19 on consumer use and perception of telecoms services.

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