Eir has expanded its 5G network in Donegal to include Moville, Ballybofey and Dungloe.
The communications giant said its 5G network now reaches 57% of the Irish population.
It already reaches other areas in Donegal including; Lifford, Falcarragh, Mountcharles, Raphoe, Ballyshannon, Letterkenny, Buncrana, Castlefinn and Bundoran.
The company says it is rapidly expanding its 5G footprint across all 26 counties and is committed to the advancement of the network nationally.
Its 5G network now spans 268 towns and cities, across 904 sites. This 5G network is complemented with 4G coverage across 99% of the population of Ireland.
eir CEO Carolan Lennon said: “As we continue to live with the Covid-19 pandemic, eir is acutely aware of the importance of connectivity for customers, for business owners and for the continuation of many aspects of our lives.
“Our dedicated teams are building a comprehensive 5G network for all customers and I am proud to see the rollout of eir’s 5G network continue at-pace, despite public health restrictions. The transformation of our mobile network ensures that eir offers the best coverage and connectivity to our customers in every corner of Ireland, enabling our customers to live, work and connect reliably and at speed, wherever they choose in the country.”
eir’s 5G service is available to eir customers on a range of 5G compatible devices including the new Samsung Galaxy S21, the iPhone 12, the OPPO Reno 4Z 5G and many more.