Broadband Connection Points, or BCPs, are public\community buildings selected to receive high-speed broadband in advance of the rollout of fibre through the National Broadband Plan.
All BCPs are setup with internal and external Wi-Fi access points ,allowing members of the public, living in the general hinterlands, to make use of this broadband as required. More information on BCPs can be found here.
|Site Name(as per SSID)||Eircode|
|Ballycomoyle GAA Club||secretary.Ballycomoyle.email@example.com||N91VY92|
|Castledaly Community Centrefirstname.lastname@example.org||N37YF54|
|Clonkill Hurling Clubemail@example.com||N91HX78|
|Milltown Community Centrefirstname.lastname@example.org||N91VA06|
|Ringtown GAA Clubemail@example.com||N91T85V|
|Streete Parish Park & Community Centrefirstname.lastname@example.org||N91RC43|
The main criteria for selection was:
For these reasons you will notice Westmeath BCPs are mostly located in rural areas.