Eircom has deployed 2,300 out of 4,000 Wi-Fi hotspots

7 Aug 2013

Ireland’s former monopoly operator Eircom is reportedly more than half way through its planned deployment of 4,000 Wi-Fi access points across the country, having already installed 2,300 hotspots in the Republic. The telco adds that today, it is recording around 1.2 million unique logins per month from the more than 330,000 devices known to be using its network. Eircom has partnered with a number of chains operating in the country and to date has deployed hotspots in 180 branches of AIB, 94 at Irish train and Dart stations, 81 at McDonald’s outlets, as well as with Burger King (23), Supermac (92), Topza petrol stations (123), BWG Foods retail stores (95) and Londis (39).

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