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    It depends on where you are planning to live. Many parts of Ireland have fibre, which is great if you are wanting super fast internet. But if you are sharing accommodation and you want your own line, then mobile is really handy. I was living in an apartment in Dublin and our phone lines weren't connected. So I signed up for broadband with Eircom and they were supposed to come out and connect it. Basically they continually pretended to make appointments to do it then never showed up. They would then leave me on hold for hours when I would ring them to find out what happened, and then they told me that I couldn't leave an official complaint because since my line wasn't yet connected I wasn't "technically" a customer. Anyway, after 4 weeks of this I ended up going to three and getting a mobile broadband wifi device on 4G and it cost the same as the broadband. Its been a great device, I can connect up to 10 devices to it and it's handy because if you are travelling around Ireland but have limited data on your phone, you can just use this device. You can find out more about connecting to Internet and mobile services here http://relocatingtoireland.com/irish-essentials/setting-up-u
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