National Broadband Plan described as ‘completely flawed’ by Sinn Fein


The process around the National Broadband Plan has been described as 'completely flawed' by Sinn Fein.

The rollout to rural areas is now expected to cost 5 billion euro.

The party's communications spokesperson, Brian Stanley, says other options now need to be considered.

Deputy Stanley says we have at least 7 months before contracts are signed and that time needs to be used wisely to make sure the public aren't left high and dry:

That's a view echoed by Donegal Deputy Pearse Doherty who says there's still time to look at alternatives: