Bringing St. Xavier’s Convent into the New Millennium

Ceiling-mounted wi-fi point at St. Xavier's Convent, Ennis

After 150 years, the Convent in Ennis has complete Wi-Fi connectivity Established by the Sisters of Mercy in 1854, St. Xavier’s Convent in Ennis has served the local community for over a century and a half, through teaching and visitation of the sick. Thanks to Cellnet, St. Xavier’s is now stepping boldly into the new…

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Our New Forever Home in Ballybeg

home sweet home in ballybeg

Moving is often stressful, hectic and chaotic … even in Ballybeg. Moving home is indeed stressful, hectic, and chaotic—but oh so rewarding! After years feeling like we were operating out of the back of Nick’s van, Cellnet has finally found our forever home in Ballybeg Business Park, just on the Ennis/Clarecastle border. While Cellnet services…

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Cellnet donates crucial device to Bunratty Search and Rescue

Nick and Jonathan at Bunratty SAR HQ

THE shoe was on the other foot recently as Bunratty Search and Rescue were in urgent need of help when their radio equipment was decommissioned, potentially hampering their life-saving work. A crucial device being used by Bunratty Search and Rescue was causing interference with radio towers in the area and as it did not meet…

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Cellnet partners with The Clare Echo as Hurling Coverage Sponsor for 2021

Front page of the Clare Echo website reports Cellnet sponsors hurling for 2021

Rural Broadband and Telecom service provider Cellnet are proud to partner with The Clare Echo as the main sponsor of their hurling coverage for 2021. The Ennis based company are excited to be able to connect local communities to sport and rural connectivity is their way of fusing that togetherness county wide. “The life and…

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Banish Dead Zones!

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Waterford-based commercial client gets upgrade to banish dead zones Meet another happy commercial client—this time in Co. Waterford. The client, a local meat factory, was plagued with no-reception zones throughout their facility. The thick walls, heavy insulation, metal girders and cladding needed in a facility of this type limited their mobile reception, in some areas…

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Great Insulation, Poor Broadband?

Cellnet antenna on a well-insulated home

Insulation might be the problem with your home or business’s poor signal In an interesting installation, our customer had huge issues with their 4G modem. This modern home’s efficient insulation had an unfortunate side effect, reducing the quality of broadband reception while inside the house. The connection was highly unstable and dropped repeatedly, making internet…

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Pre-Paid Wireless Broadband

Cellnet antenna on roof of "Sticky Business"

Innovative Pre-paid Data Solutions for home and business users Cellnet can be of great help to business users in so many great ways. Our friend Andrew from Sticky Business, a sign-writing company based in Doora Industrial Estate, Ennis, found that certain parts of his building had very poor mobile coverage. He, like every business, was looking…

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Mobile Signals in Lisdoonvarna

Lisdoonvarna broadband install

“Happy to accept the challenge in Lisdoonvarna”. Here’s another rural installation in an idyllic location where mobile coverage is a privilege, not a right. Our client, on the coast near Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare, suffered no mobile reception whatsoever and was struggling for years to get any form of broadband service. The recent thorough refurbishment and…

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Solving Phone Signals in Kilfenora

mobile signal booster

In locations with extremely poor reception, a Cellnet upgrade is a must. Kilfenora in County Clare is one such spot. The client’s home is barely able to receive a mobile signal, with phones having to be left on the window sill just to send text messages! Within the home, their mobiles were next to useless.…

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Twenty Times Faster—100% better

A Cellnet antenna mounted on a location in Corofin, with a view of the surrounding countryside.

Another faster Cellnet installation, this time from Corofin, Co. Clare. The customer has refurbished three buildings to use for AirBNB, offering visitors very nice accommodation. Unfortunately, local connectivity did not match the quality of the cottages, wih their eir fixed-line ADSL only managing a feeble 1Mbps — almost unusable by today’s standards. When the customer…

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