Imagine High Speed Broadband Network opens up Agile and Remote working opportunity in Galway.
In a very positive move for Galway High Speed Broadband Infrastructure Builder Imagine has continued to build out its network and now covers over 68,000 premises in county Galway.
The company has already got well established network from Dunmore to Loughrea and Oughterard to Ballinasloe and the areas in between.
Speaking with Galway Chamber, Brian O’Donohoe Commercial Director of Imagine said ‘In Galway, while we have seen many businesses sign up on the outskirts of the city and beyond, what we find most encouraging is the amount of people now connected in regional towns and rural areas hoping that it will allow them commute to work in the city less often or at non peak times.’
Kenny Deery, Galway Chamber CEO said “Galway Chamber welcomes this investment in infrastructure that will enable agile and remote working opportunities in Galway and the wider region.”
Anyone who wishes to check if the imagine Broadband Network has been expanded to include their business or home can check on www.imagine.ie or can call the dedicated phone line for Galway Chamber Members on 1800938002 to see what the options are.
Imagine’s Broadband Product offering to customers:
- For Homes: Up to 150Mb Unlimited Broadband + Phone Calls (Inc. free local, national and UK landline calls and 60 mins calls to Irish mobiles) Price €59.99/month inc. vat
- For Businesses: Unlimited Broadband + Phone Calls (inc. free local, national and UK landline calls are 60 mins calls to Irish mobiles). Price €48.77/month exc. Vat
- Bespoke business products also available
About Imagine Communications
Headquartered in Sandyford in Dublin, since 1993 Imagine Communications Group and its associated businesses has been an innovator and strategic investor in the Irish and European fixed, wireless and mobile telecoms markets. Imagine is an industry recognised innovator in the use of LTE and 5G Fixed Broadband as an alternative to FTTx. Imagine is now the biggest connecter of small businesses to broadband across regional and rural Ireland. For more information go to www.imagine.ie.