Irish eyes see 800,000 broadband subs

With a last name like O'Shea, it's my sworn duty to keep you posted on the progress of the broadband market in Ireland, and I'm happy to say that a regulator with Ireland's Commission on Communications Regulation (CommReg) is expecting the Irish broadband market to top 800,000 subscribers by Christmas. About 100,000 of that total is anticipated to be made up of mobile broadband subscribers using high-speed downlink packet access technology, and the Comm Reg official also added that mobile broadband player may enter the wireline broadband sector to compliment their offerings.

For more:
- see this TeleGeography report

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