Virgin Media has added another 450,000 to its footprint in Ireland as part of a network deal with fibre company SIRO.
Virgin will offer a full range of services to over 450,000 currently enabled SIRO premises throughout Ireland.
Tony Hanway, CEO of Virgin Media Ireland, said the company was “always pushing the boundaries of speed and service delivery”.
When Virgin’s own million strong footprint is included, its services are available to 75% of the country.
“SIRO is an open access wholesaler rolling out full fibre broadband to 154 towns and 770,000 premises across Ireland, explained SIRO CEO John Keaney. “Our objective is to deliver our world class connectivity to communities and businesses across Ireland, while constantly bringing innovation to the broadband market.”
SIRO is a joint venture company between ESB (Electricity Supply Board) and Vodafone.