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Broadband

High speed broadband is core to competitiveness. By continually improving high quality broadband services in Clare, we are supporting the viability and competitiveness of existing jobs, while also removing a major barrier to attracting new investment to many areas of the county as well as improving quality of life and connectivity for local communities.

National Broadband Plan

The National Broadband Plan is a government strategy designed to deliver high speed broadband services to all businesses and households in Ireland.

How can I get High Speed Broadband?

  • Using your Eircode, check your address on the National Broadband Plan High Speed Broadband Map www.broadband.gov.ie
  • If you are in a BLUE area contact a Retail Service Provider in your area to place an order.
  • If you are in a LIGHT BLUE area check the www.fibrerollout.ie website to find out when high speed broadband will roll out in your area.
  • If you are in an AMBER area you will get high speed broadband under the State intervention phase of the National Broadband Plan. For updates and progress reports please see www.broadband.gov.ie

Broadband Officer

Urban McMahon is the Clare County Council broadband officer, he acts as a single point of contact within county Clare for engagement with telecommunications providers and assists with the preparation for the roll out of the National Broadband Plan

Urban McMahon
Broadband Officer
Clare County Council,
Áras Contae an Chláir,
New Road,
Ennis,
Co. Clare, V95 DXP2
Telephone: (065) 6821616
Email: umcmahon@clarecoco.ie

For further information on broadband and the National Broadband Plan please visiting Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resourceswww.dcenr.ie

Page last reviewed: 19/10/18

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