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Compare Broadband in Ireland
How to compare Fibre internet plans to find the one for you.
When shopping around for internet, home phone, TV and mobile deals it’s important to know what you’re looking for. Broadband providers can leave consumers confused. People end up buying packages unsuited to them, add-ons they don’t need, and paying hefty fees which they weren’t expecting. This page is here to help with all of that.
Read on to get the information you need to help you make an informed decision on a fibre broadband plan.
What to look for when comparing broadband plans in Ireland
Whether you’re looking for Fibre, Cable or a Mobile plan it pays to compare so you can get the best deal for you at a great price. These are some of the questions to ask yourself when you’re shopping around for broadband in Ireland:
Frequently asked questions
What connection will I get at my property?
The type of connection you have is typically fixed – in short, you’re stuck with whatever connection your property has. Unfortunately, not every home or business across Ireland will be able to access fibre broadband. If a fast Internet plan is your top priority, take the type of connection into consideration when moving.
What will I need to have in place to get fibre broadband at home?
As a minimum, you’ll need to ensure you have the required fibre infrastructure in your area, and the Termination Point (TP) is activated in your premises. Once you’ve activated your broadband, the way your home is set up – including the distance between the router and your devices – are just a couple of the factors which determine how seamlessly you’ll be able to use the Internet in your home.
Can I take advantage of broadband bundles if I’m an existing customer?
It can be easier to manage your broadband and home entertainment as part of one deal. Start by checking if there are any fees if you break your existing contract. You should be able to check this in your online broadband account. It’s often found on a provider’s website under ‘Manage my plan’ or ‘Manage my account’. How close to your contract’s expiry date you need to be for a new deal varies between providers.
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