Broadband price changes

Review changes to broadband bundles from Irish providers

Virgin Media

€50 activation fees are now required on all Broadband, Home Phone and TV bundles. Sky Sports is now available for half-price for 12 months. Virgin Mobile Unlimited SIM plan now just €10 for 12 months.

26/05/2022
Announced
26/05/2022
Effective

Virgin Media

Virgin Media now offering free activation on all TV, Broadband and Home Phone bundles.

13/05/2022
Announced
16/05/2022
Effective

Sky Ireland

Sky Ultimate TV packages now with Netflix at no extra cost for 12 months

06/05/2022
Announced
06/05/2022
Effective

Sky Ireland

Sky Ireland now offering free setup/installation across all product broadband plans.

26/04/2022
Announced
26/04/2022
Effective

Flogas

New offers are now available from Flogas. New plans are offering up to 40% discount on electricity rates and 35% on gas. €220 cashback is also being offered on single fuel plans and €440 cashback on dual fuel. 

Flogas will also plant a tree on behalf of any new customer who signs up for any Green Future energy plan.

25/04/2022
Announced
25/04/2022
Effective

Rural Wifi

All Rural-Wifi products now offering a discount for the first 3 months and come with a 24-Month contract. New 2GB Fibre broadband product now available.

19/04/2022
Announced
19/04/2022
Effective

Eir

Eir

Price of eir TV reduced from €14.99 per month to €9.99 for the first 12 or 24 months (depending on contract) for both new and existing eir customers. €19.99 a month thereafter.

12/04/2022
Announced
13/04/2022
Effective

Eir

Eir

Eir now offering €50 credit to all new customers who sign up for any eir broadband bundle.

05/04/2022
Announced
05/04/2022
Effective

Vodafone

€1 offer for premium channel upgrade expired. Sky Sports now available for €10 for 12 months. Sky Cinema is available for €12 for 12 months. 

31/03/2022
Announced
31/03/2022
Effective

Eir

Eir

 €100 Off Your Bill promotion no longer available 

31/03/2022
Announced
31/03/2022
Effective
Frequently asked questions

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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