A spokesperson for the Department of Communications is rejecting a report that there could be technical problems installing Broadband internet access to some remote areas in Kerry. The report says there could be difficulty particularly on the county’s peninsulas. Experts say there could be technical problems because of the remote location of town such as dingle or Kenmare.These towns have been earmarked to recieve Government grant aid to establish a Broadband network. The spokesman said Kerry should not present any insurmountable problems. The Department sighted Gweedore in Donegal as an example of a remote mountainous area where Broadband access has recently been launched.
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