Building Work On National Broadband Plan Set To Begin In Cork By The End Of The Month
Since work on the project began six months ago, National Broadband Ireland has carried out survey work for over 63,000 homes and businesses.
The company has also announced that minimum download speeds for the plan will increase from 150 megabits per second to 500.
Around 537,000 homes, farms and businesses will be connected to high speed internet under the National Broadband Plan.
Work is also set to begin in Cavan.
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