These days – with all the streaming and downloading of Films ,TV , music and video games – many people are hitting the monthly download limits of their internet providers.
If you go above your data transfer limit some providers might hit you with a fee or you might have your download speeds drastically reduced.
The good news is that many internet providers in Ireland are now offering real Unlimited downloads .
Sky and Virgin say they have no limits. Vodafone , Pure Telecom and Eir have a fair usage policy of 1 Terabyte a month – which is 1024 Gb and should be easily more than enough for the vast majority of households.
Cheapest Unlimited Home Broadband
(Some providers will not be available in some areas)
Prices Checked Nov 2019
1 One Big Switch has an exclusive deal with Pure Telecom that gets you a broadband and phone bundle at €20 per month for the first 6 months then €45 a month. That works out at €390 over the first year.
Pure Telecom uses the Eircom fibre network – so the availability and connection quality etc. should be the same as Eir . Anytime landline calls are included. Speeds of up to 100Mbs depending on line and location. 18 month contract. More details at OneBigSwitch
2. Vodafone has a broadband and phone bundle priced at €420 for the first year. This is a saving of more than €280 in one year compared to the most expensive option on our list With broadband speeds of up to 100Mb and unlimited downloads ( 1 Tb fair usage cap) and unlimited anytime calls to Irish landlines. Vodafone’s bundle costs €45 a month (reduced to €25 a month for the first 6 months). It is a 12-month contract. More details can be found on this Vodafone bundle at Switcher.ie
3. Sky have a broadband and phone bundle (TV subscription not required) – with speeds of up to 100mb, unlimited downloads and free off peak calls to Irish landlines and several international destinations. It costs €55 a month with the first 12 months at €35 per month (works out at €470 in year one including equipment charges)
Prices correct as at Nov 6th 2019
You can compare the current Broadband prices and availability in your area and sign up on the very useful website Switcher.ie