Eir introduces 5G Broadband to Irish Customers

by Gazette Reporter
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Eir, Ireland’s leading telecommunications company,  introduced 5G Broadband, a new 5G fixed mobile substitution (FMS) product to their service this week.

 5G Broadband is a wireless broadband connection that uses your mobile network signal to connect to the internet. It is a solution for homes and businesses that cannot yet access high speed wired broadband. 

Susan Brady, eir’s Managing Director of Consumer & Small Business: “The pandemic has underscored the fact that reliable, fast connectivity is essential to all of our lives now.   We began building Ireland’s largest 5G network in 2019, today more than 57% of the population can access that network, across every county in Ireland. 5G technology can keep us connected, at home, at work and on the go.”

Customers can connect up to 20 devices within meaning busy homes will be able to download music, games and HD videos in seconds, while hosting video conferences, on multiple devices simultaneously. 

To check if you can avail of this product you can check your coverage on eir’s mobile coverage map eir.ie/ourmobilenetwork/

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