National Broadband Ireland (NBI), the company delivering the National Broadband Plan (NBP) on behalf of the Government, will host a pop-up information event at Tesco Superstore Distillery Road in Wexford on Friday the 10th and Saturday 11th of September, with the events taking place from 10 am to 4 pm each day. 

These upcoming events aim to give even more people an opportunity to learn about the NBP, when high speed fibre broadband is coming to Wexford and how they can get connected. The NBI team will be on-hand to register people for future updates on the rollout in their area. 

Peter Hendrick, CEO of National Broadband Ireland said, “National Broadband Ireland is excited about the opportunity to engage directly with the people of Wexford and give them information about when high-speed broadband will be available, let them know how they can connect to the NBI network and how they can register for progress updates specific to their Eircode.” 

NBI currently has construction underway to bring fibre to 3,745 premises in the townlands in the Wexford Intervention Area, which includes Meadows Way, Three Rocks, Larkin’s Cross, Castlebridge, Glynn, Ballyhogue, and Curracloe among others, all of which are already eligible to order services on the new high-speed fibre broadband network. 

Once these premises are available to order these customers can choose their broadband services from a retail service provider (RSPs) of their choice. This is expected to bring significant benefits directly to consumers and businesses where competition between RSPs will ensure quality bundled packages offer choice around voice, broadband, TV and mobile at competitive prices.   

In advance of the Fibre-to-the-Home roll out, the NBP provides for the delivery of Broadband Connection Points nationwide. These facilities – which include sports clubs, community centres and tourist sites – will provide free public access to high-speed internet in the rollout area. There are nine Broadband Connection Points in Wexford, with all nine already connected, including Wexford Swimming Pool And Leisure Centre, St Mary’s GAA Complex, Raheen Family Resource Centre, Stella Maris Community Centre and Marshalstown GAA Club. 

In total, there are 22,430 premises in the Intervention Area (IA) in County Wexford, which includes homes, farms, commercial businesses and schools. This equates to 27% of all premises in the county. Under the National Broadband Plan, Wexford will see an investment of €88M in the new high speed fibre network. NBI is encouraging people to keep-up-to-date with Eircode specific updates at /eoi/