Updated list of Eircom Broadband Exchanges to be enabled Q4 2008 to Q3 2009

I stole this list from a thread on boards.ie

Finally, it looks like more exchanges will be enabled.   About bloody time!   Mind you, a lot of these were on the list from 2007, so here is hoping that this time Eircom are actually going to do the work!    I know that I checked with a local Eircom engineer on the Murroe exchange and the DSLAP had not even been installed yet, let alone the fibre!

List of Exchanges to be Broadband Enabled

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2008 

Exchange Name 3 Digit Code
Ballyferriter BFR
Ballydangan BYG
Duagh DGH
Ardagh ADG
Athea ATE
Ballinafad BAD
Ballybunion BBN
Bonniconlon BCN
Ballyforan BFN
Croom CRM
Moyvane MYV
Carragh CGL
Rossinver RNV
Creeslough CSH
Curraghboy CUB
Donard DND
Dromore DWT
Effin EFI
Kilmacanogue KMC
Glenbeigh GBH
Glengarriff GGF
Grange GRE
Hollyfort HFT
Kilmaine KAE
Kilbride KBD
Kilconly KCY
Kilfenora KFA
Knocklong KLG
Lattin LAN
Lanesboro LBO
Lettermacaward LMW
Liscarroll LSL
Upper UGM
Multyfarnham MFM
Ballycondon BYO
Castleplunkett CPT
Kealkill KKL
Kerrykeel KYK
Scotshouse STH
Tullogher TLR
Abbeyknockmoy ABY
Bree BER
Ballingarry BGY
Baltimore BTM
Curracloe CLO
Goleen GLN
Glanworth GWH
Keshcarrigan KCN
Castleblakeney CBY
Rosses Point RPT
Tagmon TMN
Ballinagar BXG
Ballyhean BYH
Ballycumber BYM
Waterfall WFA
Heuston Square HSQ
Kish KSH
Ballygawley BGW
Merrymeeting MMT
Priestsnewtown PNT
Clonakilty West CWY
Newtownforbes NTF
Adamstown (The Paddocks) ATP
Waterford Airport WAP
Rushbrook RBK
Meadowvale MDV
Carragh CCH
Cork Airport ABP
Ballyroan BAO
Adamstown Square ASQ
Carrickglass CKG
Kilsheelan KSN
Carrig CGB
Carrowroe Junction CWJ
Glencullen GLC
Ballymacahill BAX
Ballacolla BCA
Loughboy LGB
Macroom West MRW
Newcastle Village NCV
Tubrid TBD
Bunratty TTY
Furbo FBO
Castlebridge CSB
Farmers Cross FMX
Ballyconneely BEY
Glencolumbkille GCK
Leighlinbridge LEG
Annayalla AYL
Castletown CSW
Linsfort LNF
Milford MFD
Fenit FNT
Lorrha LHA
Kilmeage KIM
Kilmainham Wood KMW
Milltownpass MTP
Centrepoint Business Park CNP
Ballyhlanders BLS
Bonmahon BMH
Ballymacarbry BMY
Athgarvan AGN
Ahascragh AHH
Clonbur CNB
Bridgetown BTW
Doonbeg DBGFeakle FKE
Kilmoganny KMG
Laherdane LDN
Monksland MNK
Araglin ARA
Tullyallen TLN
Beechgrove BGV
Northwest Business Park NWB
Coill Dubh CDU

Below is a list for 2009. 
Q1= January – March
Q2= April – June
Q3= July – September

Exchange Name 3 Digit Code Launch Date
Cloonfad CFA Q1
Carrigallen CIG Q1
Cloghran COG Q1
Dromartin Cross DNX Q1
Gurteen GTN Q1
Kildysart KDT Q1
Kilfinane KFE Q1
Kilkee KKE Q1
Kilmaley KLY Q1
Athleague ATL Q1
Ballincurrig BCG Q1
Rylane RYN Q1
Burnfort BFO Q1
Burtonport BPO Q1
Ballytore BTR Q1
Clarecastle CCE Q1
Carrigans CNS Q1
Coon COO Q1
Cappawhite CPW Q1
Dromin DRM Q1
Foulksmills FML Q1
Hodsons Bay HOB Q1
Kincasslagh KAS Q1
Woodford WFD Q1
Knockmore KNM Q1
Mageney MGE Q1
Togher TGR Q1
Boherbue BBE Q1
Ballingarry BLG Q1
Banteer BNR Q1
Blackwater BWR Q1
Cloughjordan CJN Q1
Duniry DUR Q1
Kells BLS Q1
Kilmuckridge KMU Q1
Mullinahone MUN Q1
Portroe PRT Q1
Whitegate WTG Q1
Ballygar BGR Q1
Ballinahowen BWN Q1
Calry CAY Q1
Clonaslee CSE Q1
Drumcollogher DCL Q1
Donoughmore DME Q1
Fedamore FDR Q1
Gowran GWN Q1
Hill Of The Down HOD Q1
Hospital HPL Q1
Kilgarvan KGV Q1
Kilkishen KHN Q1
Kilmihil KML Q1
Kiltulla KTA Q1
Murroe MRO Q1
Puckane PNE Q1
Piltown PTN Q1
Quin QUN Q1
Oldtown OWN Q2
Williamstown WMN Q2
Newbliss NBS Q2
Bruree BEE Q2
Ballycotton BLC Q2
Ballylongford BLD Q2
Ballyalla BLX Q2
Bohola BOH Q2
Beauparc BPC Q2
Sneem SNM Q2
Clonroche CLE Q2
Clerihan CLH Q2
Cootehall COT Q2
Calverstown CVW Q2
Drumsna DNA Q2
Glenmore GME Q2
Gurtnahoe GUE Q2
Hackballscross HCX Q2
Inistioge IGE Q2
Kilrickle KCE Q2
Killinadrish KDH Q2
Killea KIA Q2
Knocknagree KNG Q2
Kilmore KOR Q2
Kiltormer KRR Q2
Loughglynn LGN Q2
Loch Gowna LGW Q2
Mount Bolus MBS Q2
Moneygall MGL Q2
Mountnugent MNU Q2
Moone MON Q2
Mounthawk MTK Q2
Moyvore MVE Q2
Naul NAL Q2
Narin NAN Q2
Newtown NTW Q2
Oola OLA Q2
Rahan RAN Q2
Rathmullen RMN Q2
Rockmount ROK Q2
Rossnowlagh RWH Q2
Rathowen RWN Q2
Shillelagh SGH Q2
Tullynahinera TNH Q2
Tulsk TSK Q2
The Heath TTH Q2
Ballydesmond BMD Q2
Ballyporeen BPN Q2
Castlegregory CGY Q2
Castletowngeoghan CHG Q2
Churchill CHL Q2
Cloone CLU Q2
Golden GDN Q2
Lobinstown LTW Q2
Menlough MNH Q2
Rockcorry RKY Q2
Rathgormack RMK Q2
Rossmore RSM Q2
Scartaglin SCN Q2
Broadford BFD Q3
Birdhill BHL Q3
Castletwonshend CTD Q3
Dungourney DGY Q3
Donohill DHL Q3
Donamon DNM Q3
Glenville GVE Q3
Headford HDD Q3
Hollyford HFD Q3
Hacketstown HKN Q3
Inchigeelagh IGH Q3
Kilconnell KCL Q3
Knocknagoshel KGL Q3
Knockraha KHA Q3
Kilmore KQY Q3
Kiltegan KTN Q3
Leitrim LET Q3
Leenane LNE Q3
Liscarney LYN Q3
Lettermore LTM Q3
Laurencetown LWN Q3
Minane MNB Q3
Mucklagh MUK Q3
Mallow Aeh Yard MWY Q3
Obriens Bridge OBB Q3
Pettigo PGO Q3
Rathmore RME Q3
Rathmore RMO Q3
Rosmuc RSK Q3
St Johnston STJ Q3
Templeglantine TGN Q3
Tulla TLA Q3

  13 Replies to “Updated list of Eircom Broadband Exchanges to be enabled Q4 2008 to Q3 2009”

  1. Alan
    November 9, 2008 at 7:54 am

    Yeah were listed in the Nov-Dec 08 batch, yet Ive spoken to the engineer resp. for the upgrade and Im told its not going to happen until at least Jan. Looks like they are behind – again šŸ™

  2. NickWhittome
    November 9, 2008 at 8:38 am

    Probably…. Murroe, where I am at, still has nothing done to it, and it was on this years list.

    The thing is, I am quite happy with my Wireless provider ongoing, as they can provide me both up and down speeds that I need for our engineers and staff to connect into the servers. They are soon to improve as well I hear.

    I would only be using the Eircom BB for the download speeds and personal stuff.

    Anyway, I really hope Eircom finally pull this stuff together, we are SO behind in this country it amazes me… how they ever got away with it, I will never know.

    Oh, to be the CEO of Eircom for 1 week….

    Nick

  3. November 10, 2008 at 6:24 am

    My current address is in Q2 which may be too late as we’re thinking of moving. Our proposed new location is in Q3 so might be handy if I’m desperate. Eircom has become a last resort for me and thankfully there are other options such as Mobile (my current), wireless and satellite.

  4. NickWhittome
    November 10, 2008 at 6:42 am

    I was just talking to the rep again, they have just got an updated list, pretty much the same as above. The sales team are being told that they expect all of this rolled out by November 2009!

    I’ll believe it when I see it.

    Nick

  5. Dan Barry
    December 6, 2008 at 3:01 pm

    Is there any where I can check my local area status with respect to this plan?

  6. Pete
    December 22, 2008 at 11:58 am

    I have just got off the phone to Eircom yet again to enquire as to when Duagh will be sorted out (Nov/Dec on the list) but as yet, there is still no service and the advisor I spoke to could not give me any further time scale as to when it will be done. All I got was ‘it is Christmas and we are very busy’. So much for good will to all men!

  7. robert
    January 10, 2009 at 5:24 am

    just like pete i was on to eircom about croom we should have broadband by now i was told another (9 months )before we will have broadband

  8. Pete
    February 5, 2009 at 11:02 am

    I am getting frustrated (like many others) at the lack of progress by Eircom in sorting these things out. I know the list should not be taken literally, but here in Duagh we ae still waiting.

    I spoke to an engineer in the village a while ago and he stated it would be ready by the end of January, but now into Feb, nothing.

    I have just contacted Eircom again, but still no joy. I have even checked their own website (http://www.broadbandatoz.ie/), and we are now to be done by the end of 2009!!

    Why they publish lists and then not stick to them I don’t know.

    Eircom – or EirCON as I think I will now call them are very poor in their customer relations department, and I think that allowing other companies to start up in their place, should now be allowed and remove EirCON’s monopoly on the phone service.

  9. chris dempsey
    February 21, 2009 at 5:13 pm

    i have been loking around the eircom site for weeks to find when my village is connected which i find very annoying because the eicom site is hard to load in dail up as some of you may know even with firefox its still pain full to find the check my line maybe if there are not providing broadband so fast at least they can build a site that i don’t have all night to find what i am looking for in the meantime all i can do is find tweaks

  10. NickWhittome
    February 22, 2009 at 11:38 am

    Agreed, but at least there is a site now.

    Also, they had “technical” issues with the http://www.broadbandatoz.ie contact form, but they will now reply to you on that site.

    Murroe has been updated to Q4 2009 when I asked….

    Cheers,

    Nick

  11. Caroline
    August 26, 2009 at 5:21 am

    Hi,i was just reading some of your comments.If its any help to some of you i will be in Duagh and surrounding areas from tomorrow calling to homes that are part of the National Broadband Scheme who all along could not get Broadband but now can.Hope thats a help to you.
    Regards,Caroline.

  12. NickWhittome
    August 26, 2009 at 5:30 am

    Just an update for the people in Murroe / Boher / Cappamore / Newport areas…

    I worked hard with munsterbroadband.ie to get them to cover the area as ICE were woeful. They are now here and will beat Eircom hands down, even when they do finally get here. (especially on the upload capacity!)

    http://www.munsterbroadband.ie/

  13. Caroline
    August 26, 2009 at 6:37 am

    If anyone from Duagh would like me to call at home to them tomorrow to connect them to wireless broadband which they are gauranteed then i will gladly do so.The provider is 3 and since the rollout of the National Broadband Scheme we have connected over 200,000 homes nationwide at a cost of 19.99 per month.The signal is very strond due to new masts that have been erected.
    Regards,Caroline…

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