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Faster broadband to your doorstep

Thursday, 25th July, 2019 10:37am

Looking for better broadband? Superfast Broadband is now a reality for homes and businesses in Cork, thanks to Imagine.

The county is starting to see the benefits of the €300m investment Imagine is making in Superfast Broadband to cover over 1 million homes and businesses across Ireland within the next 18 months.

While communities in the likes of Midleton, Mallow, Fermoy, and the areas in between are already benefiting from Imagine's new network build, a number of other areas have also been added, giving thousands of properties in the county access to superfast broadband.

Extensive coverage works have taken place in the county with the area’s from Bantry to Youghal and Charleville to Castletown-Bearhaven now also in coverage for Superfast broadband.

The current wave of Imagine investment is also covering large parts of the rural areas in the county with the towns of Ahakista, Waterfall, Doneraile and the rural areas between now in coverage.

Imagine's priority is to quickly extend the coverage of its broadband service to homes and businesses that have little to no broadband.

Homes and businesses can check if they are in coverage on imagine.ie. If they aren’t in coverage today, registrations automatically get added to Imagine's priority connection list.

Imagine Director Brian O’Donohoe said: “Imagine is absolutely delighted to announce this significant broadband investment for County Cork meaning thousands of homes and businesses across County Cork can now connect to superfast broadband.”

He continued: “As part of our national rollout and to solve the problem, Imagine is 100 per cent committed to providing, as fast as we can, superfast broadband to homes and businesses that have little to no broadband across regional and rural Ireland.”

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