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Saturday 17 August 2019

Vodafone says its high speed 4G network rollout complete in region

Vodafone 4G were Vodafone South East Area Manager, Debbie Power, broadcaster Hector Ó'hEoghagáin and Vodafone CEO, Anne O'Leary.
Vodafone 4G were Vodafone South East Area Manager, Debbie Power, broadcaster Hector Ó'hEoghagáin and Vodafone CEO, Anne O'Leary.

Vodafone says that the roll out of its 4G network to towns in the South East is now complete; with Wexford now enjoying superfast 4G speeds reaching 94 per cent of the population across the county.

Business customers can experience even more benefits downloading large emails and sending files quicker than ever before. Vodafone 4G is available on the majority of new and existing plans across the Red bill pay and Data Extra pre pay packages.

Throughout Ireland, customers in 4G areas like Wexford can experience ten times faster speeds1 on their phones to watch videos with no buffering, instant photo uploads and seamless music streaming.

Vodafone CEO Anne O'Leary said: With 90 per cent population coverage across the country Vodafone 4G is now available in over 500 towns and villages nationwide.

'We want to provide a service that anyone can use, creating massive potential to access the ever-growing number of digital services being developed for education, entertainment and business.

'In a three year period 4G will achieve the same level of coverage that it took 3G twelve years to achieve, giving our customers the widest coverage of any network and connecting them like never before.'

Vodafone South East Area Manager, Debbie Power said, 'We've seen our customers' appetite for data grow dramatically in recent years. Our customers across Wexford are sharing more pictures on Instagram, listening to music on Spotify and enjoying videos on popular apps like Netflix and YouTube more than ever before.'

David Byrne, Griffin Hotels Group General Manager said, 'high speed mobile connectivity is essential to local businesses in particular the hospitality industry.

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