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Eircom claims title of largest hotspot in Ireland: The Dublin Airport handles 17 million passengers a year (2004 statistic) and should rise to 30 million in the next 10 years. The whole airport now has Wi-Fi service from Eircom through a five-year contract. Service is free until 27 July. When charges start 28 July, service costs €3 for 30 minutes or €30 for seven days.
Eircom has 327 hotspots in Ireland, including four major airports.
(Now why, you might ask, am I covering this from the U.S. when we have a Dublin correspondent? Because Nancy is on vacation in Slovenia; she’ll check out airport Wi-Fi on her return.)
Posted by Glennf at July 19, 2005 7:08 PM
Categories: air travel
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