Virgin Media Ireland has launched a new WiFi service for businesses in Ireland.
Unveiled at the Irish Maritime Festival in Drogheda, Virgin says the new service will help to boost local economies around the country by providing “fast, reliable WiFi” from just €30.00 per month.
Speaking about the launch, Paul Farrell, Vice President of Commercial at Virgin Media Business, said:
“Virgin Media’s network currently carries over 50% of all public WiFi traffic – that’s around 2.5 million user sessions per month. Digital technologies are part of our everyday lives with the digital economy worth about 6% of Ireland’s GDP, online spending by Irish consumers set to double in value in the next five years and the view that by 2020 we will be spending 24 hour a week watching content online*. Such trends are causing the demand for WiFi to grow exponentially and Virgin WiFi has been designed to enable businesses meet the needs of their customers, guests and employees.”
Virgin Media is rapidly investing in its infrastructure around the country, having recently introduced a fibre rich networks for businesses in Drogheda, Dundalk, Ballina, Enniscorthy, Gorey, Tullamore, Kildare and Greystones.