Notes for editors

Notes for editors

enet has developed and deployed the largest fibre network offering in Ireland, aside from the incumbent. The company operates 94 Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) on behalf of the Irish State, as well as managing a significant and complementary business providing national backhaul services to these towns.

Additionally, enet operates one of the largest licensed wireless networks in the country meaning that in essence, everywhere is “on-net” for enet. This allows our customer carriers to develop products and serve markets on a genuinely nationwide basis.

Our open access and wholesale only model has been embraced by every major carrier in Ireland and they use the dark fibre, managed bandwidth and co-location services provided by enet, to systemically improve their own retail service.

Phase 1 MAN towns

Athlone, Ballina, Belmullet, Carlow Town, Carrickmacross, Carrick-on-Shannon, Cavan Town, Clonmel, Cork City, Dundalk, Dungarvan, Drogheda, Galway City, Gweedore, Kingscourt, Kilkenny City, Kiltimagh, Letterkenny, Limerick City, Manorhamilton, Monaghan Town, Mullingar, Portlaoise, Roscommon Town, Sligo Town, Tullamore, Waterford City and Wexford Town.

Phase 2 MAN towns

Abbeyfeale, Ardee, Athenry, Bailieborough, Ballinasloe, Ballinrobe, Ballybofey, Ballyshannon, Banagher, Bantry, Birr, Blarney, Blessington, Buncrana, Bundoran, Cahir, Carndonagh, Carrick-on-Suir, Carrigaline, Cashel, Castleblaney, Castleisland, Charleville, Claremorris, Clifden, Clonee, Clones, Cootehill, Donabate, Donegal Town, Dunboyne, Dunmanway, Dunshaughlin, Edenderry, Fermoy, Gort, Kanturk, Kells, Kilcoole, Killarney, Kilrush, Kinsale, Knock (Airport), Listowel, Longford Town, Loughrea, Lusk, Midleton, Mitchelstown, Navan, Nenagh, Newcastle West, Newtownmountkennedy, Passage West, Portrane, Ringaskiddy, Roscrea, Skerries, Skibbereen, Stranorlar, Templemore, Thomastown, Tipperary Town, Tralee, Trim and Youghal. 

Privately owned metros

Castlebar, Dublin, Newbridge and Shannon.

Our company name

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Media contacts

We have tried to provide a wide range of information on our website, however, if you would like additional guidance or support with your enquiry, please feel free to email us at media@enet.ie or telephone +353 (0)61 274000.