Here's a list of their live areas, although it could be out of date:
They've "announced" Cork at least three times now, over about two years. It
doesn't inspire confidence.
I'd suggest giving them a ring first of all, and then searching the
Broadband forum on Boards.ie for posts from actual users.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: cork-bounces at linux.ie [mailto:cork-bounces at linux.ie] On
> Behalf Of Dave Mulligan
> Sent: 26 July 2004 13:43
> To: cork at linux.ie> Subject: [CLUG] (no subject)
>> Hey guys I'm new to the list! Been living in Cork for the
> last two years.
> I'm a Java developer with basic knowledge of Linux. I decided
> to join the list to ask a question about DSL in cork. I know
> about Eircom, Esat/Bt, Utv and have read the thread regarding
> DSL in cork that was posted to the list last week.
>> Has anyone hear about/used http://www.irishbroadband.ie ?
> My main reason of interest in a wireless service is that you
> don't need to install a telephone line! Otherwise I'll have
> to install a telephone just to use DSL.
>> So does anyone know anything about irishbroadband.ie, They
> only mention coverage in Dublin, but I believe they are now
> up and running in Cork too.
> Cork mailing list
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