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Broadband price changes

All changes to broadband bundles are shown below

Sky Ireland

Black Friday offers expired. Price increases across all bundles.

03/12/2019
Announced
03/12/2019
Effective

eir

eir

eir now offering an additional €5 off your first 6-months on all broadband/TV bundles.

26/11/2019
Announced
27/11/2019
Effective

Vodafone

Now offering new customers a free Google Home Hub with any broadband bundle

19/11/2019
Announced
29/11/2019
Effective

eir

eir

Now offering new customers one-year free subscription to Amazon Prime.

14/11/2019
Announced
14/11/2019
Effective

Sky Ireland

Prices adjusted across all Sky products. New 'Black Friday' promotion offering a free LG TV to customers who sign up to Sky TV.

13/11/2019
Announced
13/11/2019
Effective

Virgin Media

Red Friday offers now live. Mobile Unlimited available for just €5 for the first 5 months.

05/11/2019
Announced
14/11/2019
Effective

eir

eir

Now offering a Broadband & Home Phone bundle for €49.99 for life

01/11/2019
Announced
01/11/2019
Effective

eir

eir

eir TV available as part of an exclusive partnership with Apple TV 4k. New triple-play and quad-play bundles available.

17/10/2019
Announced
17/10/2019
Effective

Pure Telecom

Pure Telecom's SIRO powered bundles now available. Available speeds include 150MB, 300MB or 1000MB.

30/09/2019
Announced
30/09/2019
Effective

Virgin Media

Price increases across all bundles. Introduction of €30 activation fee for any bundle containing broadband. €1 Sky Sports offer expired.

27/09/2019
Announced
10/10/2019
Effective

Are broadband prices going up?

Broadband prices can be looked at in two ways. The cost of a bundle per year and the cost per megabit per second download speed. The cost per year will help identify the full annual cost and will take any introductory discounts into account, as well as the price change once the discount period expires.

The price per megabit per second is a steady-state pivot which should show how the overall cost of broadband is changing over time.

If you look at just that, then the clear fact is that the monthly cost of broadband per megabit per second has plummeted from €20 in 2010 to as low as €0.05 today.

The most important thing when considering broadband is to compare the best broadband bundles and match what is available with your preferences.

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