‘Granahan McCourt’s Investment Will Raise Eyebrows’

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Every single alternative option for the National Broadband Plan was looked at and rejected, according to the government.

Leo Varadkar has defended the decision to go ahead with the three billion euro contract with Granahan McCourt.

Opposition TDs believe it can be done much cheaper through a semi state company rather than a private consortium.

The Taoiseach rejected reports that Granahan McCourt would only be matching the state’s 3 billion euro with 220 million of its own money:

A Laois TD insists the 220 million euro initial investment from Granahan McCourt will raise eyebrows.

Sinn Fein’s Brian Stanley is questioning questioning if the private company can sell off the network once works finish up and make a profit: