http://broadband.gov.ie/ lists services by location. According to that,
Irish Broadband is the only wireless provider in Ennis (might be out of
date) and they don't have a good reputation.
j michaelson wrote:
>> my name's john and i've just moved from england to Ennis in county
> clare. my computer seems to have got broken in transit, but when it is
> working i use ubuntu as my main operating system.
>> i've got a question. some of my friends in dublin get wireless
> broadband and i'm quite tempted by this because it doesn't tie me down
> to living in one place like a landline would. there are a few
> companies offering wireless broadband and i was wondering if anyone
> had any advice on which companies to go for and which to avoid.
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