Broadband, TV, and Phone bundle price increased by €5 per month.
Virgin Media now offering new customers a €23 discount for 12 months on Broadband, TV, and Home Phone bundles. A €10 discount for 12 months is available to new customers on stand-alone Broadband and Broadband + Home Phone bundles
All bonkers.ie customers who sign up to an eir broadband bundle will receive a welcome credit of €50
Imagine's 150Mb high-speed broadband available for €59.99 for 12 months. The plan includes free Irish and UK landline calls as well as 60 minutes to Irish mobiles
All Digiweb broadband bundle prices reduced by 2%
Simply Broadband now available for just €30 for 12 months. Broadband, TV and Home Phone bundle now available at just €45 for 12 months. TV Plus plans no longer available.
New 1GB broadband plans now available from Virgin Media. Get Naked 1GB Broadband for €60 for 6 months (€85 thereafter) and Full House 1GB bundle for €82 for 12 months (€112 thereafter)
Virgin Media now offering new customers €30 off for 12 months on TV, Phone and Broadband bundles, and €24 off for 6 months on Broadband bundles. Free activation now offered on all bundles containing broadband (excluding Freedom). Mobile Unlimited now available for just €5 for 6 months (€25 thereafter)
Sky's Broadband, TV and Phone bundles now €55 for 12 months. Standalone broadband (FTTC) now €30 for 12 months. Ultrafast broadband (FTTH) now €30 for 500Mb and €50 for 1Gb. €50 setup fee required
eir now offering broadband and home phone bundle for just €29.99 for 12 months (€59.99 thereafter) Add TV or SIM-only for an additional €9.99 for 6 months (€19.99 thereafter). Free activation fees worth €49.99 when you add TV, SIM-only or both.
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.