70 percent Ireland enjoys Vodafone’s 4G

Vodafone’s 4G is now available for more than 70 percent Irish population which is the widest national coverage available.

The programme has reached 6 cities and over 267 towns across the country. Over 90 percent of Dubliners can now access 4G coverage as Vodafone’s superfast 4G network expands across the capital under the company’s national roll-out programme. Dubliners can now enjoy next to no buffering for video streaming with 4G, almost instant photo uploads, superfast file downloading and seamless music streaming.

Vodafone is on schedule to complete its national roll-out programme, which is focused on expanding data coverage across both urban and rural areas.

The next phase of Vodafone’s 4G roll-out targets counties along the east including Kildare, Louth, Meath, Monaghan and Wicklow. As 4G is being rolled out across the country, Vodafone is upgrading its existing network giving high-speed data everywhere customers have voice services, better indoor coverage, improved voice call quality and wider High Definition Voice coverage, a service which is exclusive to Vodafone.

Commenting on the latest phase of their national network roll-out programme, Marcel de Groot, consumer director, Vodafone Ireland said, “People carry their phones everywhere and we know they love having access to the best and most relevant content, particularly music, videos and photos, whenever, wherever. The roll-out of Vodafone’s superfast 4G across Dublin, as well as the improvements to our existing 3G network, mean Vodafone customers can now do more of what they love with their phones at faster speeds and in more places.”

Vodafone’s Superfast 4G is available on RED PAYG from €30 and on RED Bill pay from €55 including RED Extra plans which come with Sky Sports Mobile TV or Spotify Premium pack 1 as standard.

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