Cork Will Be The Single Biggest Recipient Of Funds Under The National Broadband Plan
That's according to Tánaiste Simon Coveney who gave the plan the green light at a special cabinet meeting early this morning.
€314 million will be spent to bring high speed broadband to nearly 80,000 homes across Cork.
Over 540,000 premises around the country are set to benefit from the €3 billion plan.
Speaking to RedFM News Tánaiste Simon Coveney says he makes no apology for pressing ahead and describes the plan as a game changer for Cork:
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