01 Oct 2022

Gigabit broadband has arrived in Laois


Gigabit broadband has arrived in Laois

Digiweb “Electric Broadband – Powered by SIRO” is now available to 65,000 premises in fourteen locations and your home could be one of the first to get it.

Powered by light, this 100% fibre optic internet service delivers speeds up to an incredible 1 Gigabit per second (that’s 1,000 Megabits per second). 

SIRO’s differentiator is that it is a 100% fibre-optic internet connection, making it better than any other broadband infrastructure in Ireland.

Three times as powerful as the market leading service in Dublin and 10 times more powerful than the fastest average speed in Ireland.* This technology, known as “FTTH” uses the existing ESB electricity network to deliver fibre optic cables all the way to the building or home  and has no copper connections at any point to slow down the network.

This life changing broadband enables streaming video from multiple devices, online gaming without any lag and instantaneous uploads and downloads.

Digiweb have continued to improve telecommunication services year on year and are delighted to provide this new Electric Broadband service in Carlow, Limerick, Letterkenny, Dundalk, Drogheda, Laytown, Mornington, Bettystown, Newbridge, Portlaoise, Tralee, Castlebar, Westport and Carrigaline. Launching soon in Portlaoise. Packages are available for both residential and SME businesses from as little as €45 per month.

Since launching in 1997, Digiweb have been connecting customers nationwide to the future with the latest technology. The vision of Digiweb has always been simple: provide customers with a superfast, reliable, internet connection and telephone service at a reasonable price which is supported by customer focused staff. From the beginning, the positive experience of customers has driven everything we do.

We’ve attributed our success to being customer centric. This is clearly evident on consumer review site Trustpilot with customer testimonials such as “best broadband provider by far” and “top class service and reliability”.

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