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Updated High Speed Broadband Map - The Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment has published an updated High Speed Broadband Map
Date Released: 19 April 2017
The Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment has published an updated High Speed Broadband Map. The map identifies locations and premises as being Amber, Blue or Light Blue. The Amber area is the target area for State intervention via the National Broadband Plan over the next five years. The Blue area defines where commercial operators are delivering or have indicated plans to deliver high speed broadband services, while the Light Blue areas are new areas where commercial operators have committed to concrete plans to deliver high speed broadband in rural areas by 2018.
If your premises is within the Blue area but you have found that it is not possible to access High Speed Broadband (minimum speed of 30Mbps download and 6Mbps upload), email the Department at email@example.com with your eircode and details of operators you have contacted.
The High Speed Broadband Map is available at http://www.dccae.gov.ie/en-ie/communications/topics/Broadband/national-broadband-plan/high-speed-broadband-map/Pages/Interactive-Map.aspx
More details with regard to progress on the National Broadband Plan are available at http://www.dccae.gov.ie/en-ie/communications/topics/Broadband/national-broadband-plan/Pages/National-Broadband-Plan.aspx