96% Population Coverage.
We've got you covered. We've already built Ireland's largest high speed mobile network and by the end of this year you can experience an even bigger, better, faster network.
Business Broadband from €8.26/mth.
Now Three Broadband is better than ever before. We’ve got a range of plans, starting from just €8.26 per month for 1GB usage with modems from free!
Share your Broadband.
Connect up to 32 wifi-enabled devices with a Three Broadband Router, or for smaller offices use our Mi-Fi Device.
No wires, no landline required.
With Three, you get Ireland's best value broadband and because it's mobile, you don't need a landline.
Broadband for Business.
We’re delighted tobring you the best value broadband in the land. Whatever your business needs, we’ve got the broadband solution for you.
| Three Broadband Light ||€8.26 ex-VAT ||1GB ||light internet usage on the move. |
| Three Broadband Active ||€16.52 ex-VAT ||15GB ||active internet usage. |
| Three Broadband Pro ||€24.79 ex-VAT¹ ||60GB ||heavy internet usage. |
Take your Broadband with you, wherever you go, and surf the web with true broadband speeds.
Just buy one of our handy USB modems, plug it into your laptop or computer and you can be surfing in seconds.
Connect multiple wifi-enabled devices to your Three Broadband (eg. laptop, iPod Touch)
Get a Wireless Broadband Router, or create your own hotspot with MiFi from Three. No landline needed!
Pay Monthly Out of Bundle Charging:
Per MB of Data. 5c
Text sent to ROI. 10c
International Text. 25c
Roaming Text sent from 3 Like Home to Ireland. 10c
Roaming Text sent from 3 Like Home to EU countries. 13c
Roaming Text sent from 3 Like Home to other countries. 25c
Roaming Text sent within EU. 13c
Roaming Text sent outside of EU. 35c
Prepay Out of Bundle charging per MB of data. 99c
¹ This monthly rate is an introductory promotional offer and is available until 31.03.2011. This discount will be applied on your bill.
* Direct debit required. Alternative payment methods may incur additional costs. Service Limitations apply.
The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011