Ennis now has the best broadband in Clare

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In 1997 Ennis, Co. Clare was hailed as being the forerunner of Ireland’s technological development. Computers were circulated to the locals through the Information Age Town Programme and a fibre optic loop was to surround the town, providing high speed internet to businesses and citizens. This project was never fulfilled and the town never saw the dizzying internet heights envisioned.

NOW, Next Generation Access (NGA) means that by the end of 2014 over 1.2m homes in Ireland can experience up to 70Mb. This will enable Ennis town to experience greater speeds and a higher quality of broadband through their internet service provider.

Both residents and businesses can benefit from these faster broadband speeds and opportunities will arise for enterprise and employment. The potential for change in the local environment is huge and already future-oriented organisations are taking advantage of the mobile aspect.

One such venture, Ennisapp.ie, has recently been launched to promote the activities and organisations of the town.  Under the headings of Food & Drink, What’s on, Things to do, Shopping, Where to stay and Emergency & Local services, anyone can find out about what’s happening in the town. Created in conjunction with Ennis Chamber of CommerceVisitennis.comShannon Development and Ennis Town council the app hopes to make use of the faster internet speeds. With the use of Magnet’s broadband service Ennisapp.ie will facilitate instantaneous information on your Smartphone, Tablet, Laptop or PC.

So, what Fibre Broadband is available in Ennis?

Residents of Ennis can avail of superfast broadband speeds of up to 100Mb with Magnet’s Fatpipe Fibre 100Mb

  • Seamless web browsing
  • Lightning fast downloads
  • Unlimited downloads
  • No contract or exiting fees
  • No landline needed
  • World Class support

Reinforcing this service, Netflix have ranked Magnet the fastest internet provider in Ireland for five consecutive months. A service of up to 24Mb is also available at a reduced price.

With many clubs, societies and organisations in the Ennis area operating on a small scale the option to have high-speed internet without having a landline is an essential. Similarly, these groups don’t need to be tied down to any lengthy contracts.

 

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