26/09/2013

Eircom Launch 4G Mobile Service

The first 4G service in Ireland is now live, but is currently only available in Dublin, Carlow and Athlone.

Eircom have launched the service today, saying that it hoped to extend 4G coverage to other major urban centres between now and christmas.

The new 4G service will be available through Meteor and eMobile.

(MH/CD)

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