Irish altnet Digiweb expands broadband in five regions

28 Mar 2013

Irish alternative telecoms operator Digiweb has confirmed it is expanding the reach of its high speed internet access services in five regions across the Republic. The carrier’s chief executive officer Colm Piercy has confirmed that people living in Dublin, Dundalk, Drogheda, Limerick and Letterkenny will soon be able to take advantage of its broadband products thanks to investment in the regions, including a doubling of Digiweb’s capacity. The CEO notes that the investment enables Digiweb to deliver ‘high speed and high quality broadband to even more customers in these locations’, adding, ‘our commitment to continued investment in Digiweb’s own leading networks ensures that more and more consumers and businesses have access to high quality, secure internet connectivity.’

According to Piercy, the installation work and commissioning of the new investment works are well underway, and should be completed by June 2013. Following the upgrade works, Digiweb business customers will also benefit from the introduction of eSIP services, providing a low-cost replacement for their legacy ISDN and PBX set-ups.

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