Broadband Only Packages Ireland

If you are just looking for a broadband provider that does “broadband-only” – then hopefully we can help you with this comparison of Broadband Only Packages Ireland.
These days – with video streaming and communication apps such as Skype, WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook – some people don’t bother with the landline or expensive TV subscriptions . As long as there is a decent broadband service in your house – you should  be able to watch on-demand movies and catch up TV on various apps and also use the in home WiFi on your mobile devices to communicate with contacts in Ireland and all over the world.

Most broadband providers say you have to have a phone line to get broadband –  For most locations in Ireland you will need a standard “eircom” phone line connection in order to get broadband – unless you are using Virgin Media or Satellite Broadband

Best Broadband Only Deals :

The total prices shown for the first year include any installation fees and equipment charges and also include any promotional discounts for new customers. Figures checked  August 23rd 2017 .

Some broadband providers may not be available in your area – and some of the higher speeds will only be available in certain areas.


Cost in 1st Year 
Normal Monthly Charge Max
Data Limit
€330 €30 24Mb Unlimited
Digiweb €359 €29.95 24Mb Unlimited
Vodafone €510 €45 100Mb Unlimited
€528 €44 100Mb Unlimited
€580 €55 240Mb Unlimited
 Eir *
€600 €50 24Mb Unlimited
€600 €60 360Mb Unlimited
Magnet Fibre
€628 €49.99 100Mb Unlimited

* The Eir package includes a phone line – but there are only charges if you use it.

You can check current broadband availability in your neighbourhood and even order your new broadband online at the excellent Switcher website

Cheaper Broadband and Phone Bundles

There are a few broadband and phone deals available that work out cheaper than some  of the standalone  “broadband-only” deals. If you can get free phone calls to landlines plus broadband for a lower price than just broadband on it’s own , you may as well go for it. It will also result in friends and family with landlines being able to phone you for less on your landline.

Some Examples:

Sky  have a broadband and phone bundle (TV subscription not required)  – with speeds of upto 100mb and anytime calls to Irish landlines and several international destinations. It normally costs €62.50 a month but is just  €30 a month for the first 12 months  (works out at €410 in year one including equipment charges).

Pure Telecom 100Mb Unlimited and free anytime calls to landlines (€444 in year one)

Vodafone 100Mb Unlimited and free anytime calls to landlines. (€540 in year one)

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3 thoughts on “Broadband Only Packages Ireland

  1. It seems to be a big deal for the ISPs (except Virgin/UPC/NTL) to invest in their own infrastructure here in Ireland. With broadband speeds of “up to 24Mbits” they are about 10 years behind the continent… Are Irish people stuck paying landline fees to Eircom forever? Apologies, but it’s simply stupid to call a 24Mb broadband a fibre broadband.

    • Hi Kam what Magnet and Digiweb offer on their 24Mb plans are not Fibre but LLU products which is a type of DSL product. But I agree with your statement it seems we will eternally be paying Eir landline fees, but hopefully with Virgin and the emergence of Siro broadband that will all change in the future and give Eir a run for their money.

  2. I attempted to switch broadband providers which required me to get an Eir telephone line connection. On two different occasions I tried to get a landline installed and on both occasions it was a complete shambles; I don’t think Eir actually wants to sell their main product. Poor processes, lack of common sense amongst sales staff (who all read from the same script no matter what the specific problem is), mis-information and no proper communication within the company nor with their third party installers. On the second attempt, I made it further along the process but it cost my husband a half-day in annual leave. We were told the installation would happen in the morning but the installer had not been informed of the communicated timeslot and scheduled the work for post 2pm. When I asked how I could lodge a complaint, I was told I’d have to write a letter. I gave up – I never want to have to contact Eir again.

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