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Eir reveals locations of 100,000 homes and businesses where new broadband to be rolled out

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EIR HAS ANNOUNCED the locations of where its new high speed broadband will be rolled out in rural Ireland over the next 12 months.

It revealed that 100,000 homes and businesses across 200 communities will be able to access the fastest broadband speeds in Ireland.

Preparation work is already underway in some areas with tree trimming now complete in a number of locations, clearing the way for spans of new fibre cables to be installed alongside the existing roadside telecommunications infrastructure.

Here’s the full list of areas that will be covered:

Carlow (690)

  • Tullow 130
  • Milford 560

Cavan (1,950)

  • Virginia 750
  • Blacklion 320
  • Cavan 710

Clare (1,330)

  • Cratloe 170
  • Lisdoonvarna 450
  • Carron 30
  • Inagh 250
  • Ennis 430

Cork (5,440)

  • Cobh 420
  • Midleton 530
  • Youghal 330
  • Blarney 510
  • Carrigtwohill 460
  • Crosshaven 140
  • Ringaskiddy 160
  • Macroom West 130
  • Whitegate 840
  • Ballyclough 510
  • Kildorrery 660
  • Ballincollig 450
  • Carrigaline 300

Donegal (14,240)

  • Donegal 980
  • Ballybofey 780
  • Dungloe 600
  • Ardara 480
  • Annagry 540
  • Bunbeg 1370
  • Burtonport 360
  • Carrigart 1070
  • Clonmany 840
  • Carrigans 170
  • Carrick 290
  • Dunfanaghy 600
  • Falcarragh 1240
  • Greencastle 450
  • Kincasslagh 340
  • Killybegs 580
  • Kilcar 380
  • Lifford 550
  • Muff 360
  • Narin 330
  • Quigleys Point 520
  • Fintown 210
  • Rossnowlagh 440
  • Letterkenny 760

Dublin (3,630)

  • Ballyboden 250
  • Swords 490
  • Finglas 170
  • Rush 210
  • Skerries 170
  • Malahide 440
  • Portmarnock 300
  • Rathcoole 370
  • Shankill 100
  • Ballyboughal 580
  • Oldtown 230
  • Balbriggan 320

Galway (12,900)

  • Oranmore 850
  • Athenry 800
  • Costello 370
  • Barna 240
  • Claregalway 1400
  • Kilcolgan 1150
  • Moycullen 800
  • Ballyconneely 340
  • Belclare 510
  • Cornamona 100
  • Carraroe 480
  • Craughwell 770
  • Inverin 690
  • Kinvara 780
  • Rosscahill 430
  • Spiddal 660
  • Turloughmore 830
  • Ballyglunin 1030
  • Castleblakney 350
  • Maree 320

Kerry (8,010)

  • Killorglin 970
  • Killarney 820
  • Ballyspillane 400
  • Dingle 290
  • Anablaha 430
  • Glenbeigh 610
  • Lixnaw 500
  • Abbeydorney 620
  • Ardfert 670
  • Annascaul 510
  • Caragh Lake 690
  • Headford (Kerry) 740
  • Tralee 760

Kildare (4,200)

  • Celbridge 150
  • Newbridge 300
  • Maynooth 410
  • Robertstown 1110
  • Kill 90
  • Carragh 170
  • Curragh Camp 300
  • Carbury 470
  • Donadea 480
  • Straffan 520
  • Brannockstown 200

Kilkenny (1,860)

  • Knocktopher 400
  • Mooncoin 500
  • Piltown 330
  • Kilkenny 630

Laois (1,090)

  • Portarlington 260
  • Ballybrittas 290
  • Crettyard 540

Leitrim (710)

  • Carrick on Shannon 330
  • Drumshanbo 380

Limerick (4,130)

  • Dooradoyle 360
  • Crossagalla 150
  • Inch St. Lawrence 660
  • Clarina 480
  • Croom 400
  • Kildimo 260
  • Patrickswell 620
  • Castleconnell 290
  • Pallasgreen 910

Longford (930)

  • Lanesboro 470
  • Longford 460

Louth (7,570)

  • Ardee 680
  • Castlebellingham 540
  • Dunleer 1110
  • Termonfeckin 790
  • Carlingford 570
  • Hackballscross 460
  • Louth 530
  • Omeath 260
  • Ravensdale 820
  • Riverstown 1030
  • Drogheda 500
  • Dundalk 280

Mayo (2,470)

  • Westport 820
  • Belcarra 340
  • Murrisk 210
  • Castlebar 1100

Meath (7,410)

  • Ashbourne 470
  • Ceanannas Mor 590
  • Dunshaughlin 570
  • Trim 620
  • Ratoath 470
  • Kilcarn 280
  • Athboy 560
  • Enfield 650
  • Julianstown 550
  • Summerhill (Meath) 600
  • Wilkinstown 700
  • Dunderry 20
  • Kilbride 20
  • Robinstown 120
  • Tara 1190

Monaghan (1,330)

  • Carrickmacross 870
  • Monaghan 460

Offaly (1,560)

  • Tullamore 560
  • Edenderry 340
  • Rahan 300
  • Rhode 360

Roscommon (2,040)

  • Cornafulla 360
  • Ballyfarnan 490
  • Croghan 340
  • Cootehall 350
  • Knockcroghery 500

Sligo (2,940)

  • Strandhill 260
  • Sligo 1460
  • Castlegarren 1220

Tipperary (2,070)

  • Nenagh 670
  • Tipperary 550
  • Cappawhite 220
  • Kilsheelin 320
  • Clonmel 310

Waterford (3,190)

  • Ferrybank 480
  • Dungarvan 830
  • Kilmeaden 500
  • Aglish 390
  • Bonmahon 430
  • Loskeran 60
  • Ring 500

Westmeath (3,410)

  • Athlone 730
  • Collinstown 480
  • Glasson 890
  • Horseleap 120
  • Rathowen 230
  • Mullingar 960

Wexford (9,540)

  • Wellington Bridge 730
  • Courtown Harbour 870
  • Curracloe 530
  • Duncannon 420
  • Fethard On Sea 660
  • Killinick 420
  • Kilmuckridge 510
  • Kilmore Quay 180
  • Rosslare Strand 370
  • Rosslare Harbour 410
  • Tomhaggard 660
  • Broadway 930
  • Inch 1210
  • Wexford 640
  • Enniscorthy 1000

Wicklow (2,160)

  • Newtownmountkennedy 250
  • Arklow 310
  • Blessington 350
  • Coolboy 220
  • Donard 200
  • Brittas Bay Bridge 440
  • Kilmacanogue 250
  • Greystones 140

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