19 thoughts on “Let’s Keep The Coverage Going

  1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    I would certainly sign up to a network run by the government that operates in pubs. So long as I can just skip the T&C rubbish. I’m out enjoying meself. I don’t need to see that.

    Sounds legit.

    1. george

      This is a classic bit of spoofery. We want to say something about pubs so we’ll throw in a mention of our Broadband plan which has nothing to do with pubs. They have a plan to make broadband available throughout the country by 2020.

  2. Harry Molloy

    It’s a bit more achievable than promising to bring it to every house tbh. That would cost a fortune, we’re really very dispersed as a country.

    No point setting yourself up to fail, I am highly skeptical of anyone who promises to roll out high speed broadband to each home. I suppose it depends on the definition of high speed….

    I say this as someone who is from a house a mile of the main road that has always had crap internet btw

    1. classter

      True but it smacks of the sort of backward-sounding, pro-Vitner lobby nonsense FF were criticised for.

      1. delacaravanio

        You’re surprised? Fine Gael have so successfully managed to turn into Fianna Fail 2.0 it’s beyond parody.

  3. Wrangler Bootcut


    What happened to the capitalisation of your name, it’s now merely “dav”. Was your Shift key repossessed?

    You know, if you’re looking for capitalisation, there’s a current gov’mint that can help you out…, but you won’t like the colour of their shirts

  4. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    To pretend that hi-speed internet in every corner of the country is an aspiration and not a necessity is very shallow thinking.
    I don’t want my government to think that I feel lucky. I want them to think.

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