There are loads of different broadband types available in Ireland, and the type of broadband you can access at your home will impact on the speed and quality of the service you can get. Our guides on the different broadband types will help you to determine which type is best for you.
Broadband connection types
The broadband connection types available in your area will influence the speeds you can get.Continue Reading
Rural broadband options in Ireland
We've got all of the information you need on what your broadband options are if you live in rural Ireland.Continue Reading
When it comes to broadband availability, the type of broadband and speed you can you get will largely depend on where you live.Continue Reading
What is a wireless router?
A wireless router connects to a modem and transmits WiFi signal throughout your home so you can use the internet wirelessly, without connecting your devices directly to the modem.Continue Reading
Guide to satellite broadband in Ireland
Struggling to get fibre or ADSL broadband where you live? Satellite broadband could be the answer.Continue Reading
What is wireless broadband?
With the amount of devices in a home nowadays, being able to connect to the internet wirelessly is increasingly important.Continue Reading
Fibre-optic broadband explained
Fibre Broadband offers much higher connection speeds than the likes of DSL, mobile, or satellite broadband - with Fibre-to-the-Home allowing speeds of up to 1,000Mb.Continue Reading
What is Cable broadband?
Cable broadband is another name for fibre broadband, meaning it delivers broadband to your home using fibre-optic cables. This is the fastest type of broadband available in Ireland.Continue Reading
What is mobile broadband?
Mobile broadband is internet access that is provided to customers through a mobile phone signal - either via mobile dongles, a 4g router, or 4g SIMs.Continue Reading
Broadband options without a phone line
Don't have or don't want a phone line? Don't worry, you can still get decent broadband.Continue Reading
Understanding ADSL broadband
This is the most common broadband type in Ireland, but how does it work and is it reliable?Continue Reading