1Gb Broadband & Landline Off-Peak

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Speed (absolute)*





24 month


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COVID-19 update: Good news, you can still switch to eir. The eir team is working every day to connect homes, in strict compliance with all Government and Health & Safety protocols.

Enjoy speeds of up to 1,000 megabits a second with Gigabit Fibre from eir

Plan Features

  • Amazon Prime Video for 1 year
  • FREE eir sport pack


With speeds of up 1,000 megabits per second you’ll never need to worry about slow internet again. Gigabit Fibre is the ultimate online experience.

With eir, you can experience unlimited broadband. If you sign up to eir broadband, you’ll get eir’s fastest ever WiFi with their new fibre box, so you can seamlessly connect multiple devices.

Sign up to eir broadband and you’ll also get Amazon Prime Video for 12 months. Get access to popular movies, TV series, and award-winning Amazon Originals, with a great range of content for kids and adults alike!

You’ll also get FREE eir sport when you sign up to any eir broadband plan, so you’ll be able to enjoy your favourite sports - catch top Rugby action as well as Tennis, Allianz League GAA, Golf, F1 and more. And, with the eir sport app, you won’t miss a minute of action, even if you’re on the move. eir sport includes eir sport 1 and 2, FreeSports Channel and Virgin Media Sport.

Home Phone

Unlimited Off-Peak local & national calls

When you switch to an eir phone plan, you can keep your existing telephone line and number in place - meaning everyone will be able to reach you on the same number as always. eir also allows you to make and receive home phone calls calls to or from your landline via your mobile, smartphone or laptop.

Cost Summary

Monthly Cost:


Upfront Cost

€99.99 Installation fee

1st Year Cost



This offer is only available to new eir customers who switch online. Broadband, home phone and digital TV products are subject to availability at your location.


Direct Debit


24 month


*The "Speed (average)" displayed represents the speed available to at least 50% of customers. The "Speed (up to)" displayed represents the speed available to at least 80% of customers. The "Speed (absolute)" displayed represents speed available to customers for the advertised plan. Where a provider has not given an "up to, average speed or absolute" speed, the maximum possible speed for the advertised plan is displayed. Broadband product availability is subject to location.