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Fastest Broadband Deals In Ireland

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Gigabit 1000 Mbps

Broadband package

Gigabit 1000 Mbps

Broadband
  • SIRO powered
  • 12 month contract

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1Gb/s
Speed (up to)
Fibre
€840
€480
First year cost
€40*
Monthly cost
€40*
Monthly cost
* 12 month discount for new customers only - see calculations
* 12 month discount for new customers only - see calculations
€360 off

Sky Broadband Ultrafast Max

Broadband package

Sky Broadband Ultrafast Max

Broadband
  • SIRO powered
  • Sky broadband buddy
  • 12 month contract

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1Gb/s
Speed (up to)
Fibre
€1,190
€650
First year cost
€50*
Monthly cost
€50*
Monthly cost
* 12 month discount for new customers only - see calculations
* 12 month discount for new customers only - see calculations
€540 off

Naked 1GB

Broadband package

Naked 1GB

Broadband
  • 12 month contract

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1Gb/s
Speed (up to)
Part Fibre
€1,020
€870
First year cost
€60*
Monthly cost
€60*
Monthly cost
* 6 month discount for new customers only - see calculations
* 6 month discount for new customers only - see calculations
€150 off

Purely Broadband

Broadband package

Purely Broadband

Broadband
  • 18 month contract

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100Mbps
Speed (up to)
Part Fibre
€480
€420
First year cost
€35*
Monthly cost
€35*
Monthly cost
* 12 month discount for new customers only - see calculations
* 12 month discount for new customers only - see calculations
€60 off

Superfast Broadband Home

Broadband package

Superfast Broadband Home

Broadband
  • 12 month contract

more info

100Mbps
Speed (up to)
Part Fibre
€555.88
€485.08
First year cost
€24.54*
Monthly cost
€24.54*
Monthly cost
* 4 month discount for new customers only - see calculations
* 4 month discount for new customers only - see calculations
€70.80 off

What are the fastest broadband deals in Ireland?

The fastest broadband deals in Ireland are:

  • Vodafone Gigabit 1000 Mbps offers download speeds of up to 1Gb/s and costs €40 per month for the first 12 months and €70 per month thereafter.
  • Sky Ireland Sky Broadband Ultrafast Max offers download speeds of up to 1Gb/s and costs €50 per month for the first 12 months and €95 per month thereafter.
  • Virgin Media Naked 1GB offers download speeds of up to 1Gb/s and costs €60 per month for the first 6 months and €85 per month thereafter.

Which provider in Ireland offers the fastest broadband speeds?

The fastest broadband speeds in Ireland are delivered via fibre optic cables of which there are two types of distribution: fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) and fibre-to-the-home (FTTH).

FTTC is the most most widely available form. It delivers broadband via high-speed fibre optic cables over long distances to a cabinet on the road near your home. The connection is then diverted into copper cables to finish the short distance to your property. This diversion causes the connection to lose speed but speeds of up to 360Mbps can still be obtained.

FTTH is where the fibre cables run directly to your home and internet connections are capable of up to 1000Mbps. Currently, the most widely available FTTC connections are available from Virgin Media, who offer both 240Mbps and 360Mbps connections in urban areas.

When it comes to FTTH connections, companies such as eir and SIRO currently offer 1000Mbps speeds in a few select areas of Ireland. As of 2017 there are approximately 8,000 homes with FTTH broadband available.

How fast does my broadband speed really need to be?

When it comes to broadband_speed it’s often the case that we feel like we need to have the fastest speeds available to cope with our day-today usage but how fast does your connection really need to be?

The answer depends on two factors, how many devices are using the connection and what kinds of tasks you’ll be undertaking with the connection. As a rough guide: a household using 1-2 devices to browse the web, use email, social media and stream a moderate amount of video will need a connection of up to around 25 Mbps.

When you bring your device number up to 3-5 and you’re looking to do some online gaming or stream video in 4K resolution, you’ll need a connection ranging from 50 to 100Mbps.

If you have more than 5 devices in constant use in your household and you want to do all of the above, share large files on a regular basis and conduct live video streaming you’ll need a connection speed somewhere between 150 and 200Mbps.

What is the fastest broadband deal I can get?

Getting the fastest broadband for you depends on a number of factors, the most important of which is where you live. Your broadband speed is largely determined by your location, how far you are from your local exchange, the availability of cable broadband, telephone line broadband or satellite.

Using our broadband comparison tool finder you can specify where you live so you are shown only the results that are relevant to your home.

What is superfast broadband?

Superfast broadband is also called fibre broadband. This type of broadband uses the latest technology to deliver speeds of up to 1,000Mbps download speed, although speeds of up to 100Mbps are more common.

How can I make my broadband speed faster?

Broadband speed is not all about provider, it is also about how you access broadband in your home. Making sure your WiFi connection is working properly in your home is the quickest way to make sure that you are getting the fastest broadband in your home.

The most important way you can speed up your broadband connection is to compare broadband deals and switch providers!

When will fibre broadband be available in rural areas?

If you live in a rural area, your choice of broadband providers may be restricted, particularly if telephone line based services are limited. This is often due to a lack of infrastructure or a long distance from the local exchange. In that case, wireless or satellite broadband may be the best options available.

Regardless of who you choose are your telephone line broadband provider, the network is operated by openeir - the wholesale division of eir. The rural broadband network is constantly being improved with a network expansion planned by openeir to the benefit of rural broadband customers.

How much is high speed internet?

The cost of high speed internet varies depending on the bundle you choose from your provider and the download speed supported by your bundle. Often you have a choice of bundles which offer different speeds depending on the cost per month of the bundle. As a rule of thumb, the higher the speed the greater the cost.

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