Rural WiFi Fibre

Rural Fibre Broadband is the best broadband available on the Irish market today. 

Key Benefits of Fibre: 

  • Suitable for all internet uses
  • Unlimited downloads, unlimited gaming, unlimited streaming
  • 24 month contract
  • Free Installation

SIRO, OPEN EIR and NBI – Pre-order also available

Don’t worry if Fibre is not currently available in your area, we can provide you with an alternative package, and seamlessly switch you with our Fibre Switch once Fibre comes to your area!

Hassle-Free Upgrade: Our Fibre Switch enables customers to subscribe to a broadband service until Fibre becomes accessible to them then smoothly upgrade without any cancellation fees or contract disruptions. Please note that a new router must be purchased to ensure compatibility with the Fibre service.

Fibre 100

  • Unlimited
  • 24 month contract only
  • Fibre To The Cabinet
  • €30 for the first 6 months, €45 thereafter
  • Router and Setup fee €60
  • Shipping €10
  • Free Installation
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Fibre 500

  • Unlimited
  • 24 month contract only
  • Fibre To The Home
  • €35 for the first 6 months, €55 thereafter
  • Router and Setup fee €60
  • Shipping €10
  • Free Installation
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Fibre 1000

  • Unlimited
  • 24 month contract only
  • Fibre To The Home
  • €45 for the first 6 months, €65 thereafter
  • Router and Setup fee €60
  • Shipping €10
  • Free Installation
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01 211 86 53

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Our Sales team will help you choose the right Broadband solution that works best for your needs.

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Questions?

How do I compare broadband packages?

Try to answer these questions to help you find the right broadband bundle:

  • What is the minimum contract period?
  • What broadband speed do you need?
  • What is the total monthly cost?
  • What download limit would suit you depending on your internet usage?
  • Are there any hidden charges or fees for exceeding your download limit?

Can I switch broadband packages?

Yes, switching broadband provider is quick and easy. You could save hundreds of euro by switching to a better suited broadband solution tailored to you.

Remember all broadband providers charge an early termination fee if you cancel during your contract’s minimum term. Some also require you to give 30 days notice to cancel, so you’ll need to do this to ensure you’re not billed for the product after you’ve switched.

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FAQs

What is Fibre Broadband?

Fibre is a form of high-speed broadband. It uses many pure, flexible glass fibres to form a fibre-optic cable, which are optimal for transferring large volumes of data. These cables generally run underground to deliver a connection directly to the home or business. 

Fibre-optic cables are superior to standard copper cables (DLS) and other wireless services as the signal can maintain speeds over a greater distance and the signal is far less likely to fail over this distance.

How fast is Fibre Broadband?

Fibre broadband provides lighting fast speeds of up to 1,000Mbps for internet users with Fibre to the Home (FTTH). While users with Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) speeds can vary from 28-500Mbps depending on their proximity to the nearest fibre cabinet. To the average user, this means you can download a full HD movie in less than 20 seconds. Rural Fibre Broadband is 10 times faster than any other solution on the market. There are also no limits of usage, meaning your speeds will never be slowed down or experience congestion.

Is Fibre Broadband worth getting?

Yes, fibre broadband is the most effective and reliable broadband option currently available in Ireland today, as well as being the best value for money. 

Fibre is highly advantageous for those working from home, as it provides faster upload speeds than any other broadband on the market, making it ideal for skype calls and zoom meetings. The connections are more consistent and more reliable than ADSL.

Fibre-optic cables are extremely resilient to heat, water and extreme weather, making fibre broadband the last broadband connection will ever need. The only downside to fibre broadband is that it is not available everywhere. For those lucky enough to have fibre broadband available at their home or business, it is definitely worth getting.

What is the difference between FTTC and FTTH/FTTP?

FTTH stands for Fibre To The Home, and is sometimes known as Fibre To The Premise. With FTTH the fibre-optic cables run directly into your home, delivering faster speeds up to 1,000Mbps (1GB). 

Whereas FTTC  (Fibre To The Cabinet), the fibre lines run between the telephone exchange and the phone cabinet on your street near your house. Standard cables are used to connect your home to the cabinet. This results in slightly slower speeds of 28-500Mbps than FTTH, determined by your home’s distance from the cabinet. However FTTC speeds are still far greater than are other options available on the market today.

What is SIRO?

SIRO is Ireland’s first fibre-optic broadband that delivers directly to the home with speeds of 1 Gigabit per second and is the fastest broadband in Ireland.

SIRO is an ambitious joint-venture between Vodafone and ESB in 2015, which uses the existing ESB infrastructure to deliver ‘fibre-to-the-home’ broadband, providing 4 times the existing speeds in Dublin and 10 times the speeds in the rest of Ireland.

Is Fibre Broadband available in my area?

In order to find out if fibre is available in your area, fill out our Coverage Check.

Don’t worry if Fibre is not currently available in your area, we can provide you with an alternative package, and seamlessly switch you with our Fibre Switch once Fibre comes to your area!

Our Fibre Switch enables customers to subscribe to a broadband service until Fibre becomes accessible to them, then smoothly upgrade without any cancellation fees or contract disruptions.

Can I Get Fibre Broadband Without a Phone Line?

Yes, you can get fibre broadband without a phone line. Some network providers have their own networks which do not require a phone line for connection. They can bring all fibre services directly to your home and also provide TV services via this connection.