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Airfibre offers you Dedicated Internet Access Firewall and WiFi Managed Firewall Managed WiFi

Ireland’s Most Powerful Complete Business Partner

Serving Businesses

Since 2008

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Airfibre owns delivery of your data from web to desktop, phone, handheld devices, etc.


Direct Internet Access​
99 Monthly
  • Business Class Uncontended
  • Fully symmetrical
  • 99.95% SLA


Outsourced DIA / Firewall / WiFI for Business
149 Monthly
  • Single Point of Responsibility
  • Class leading Security
  • Planned WiFi

500 Mbps​

Optimum SME Value
299 Monthly
  • Fully Symmetrical Business Internet
  • Uncontended
  • 99.95% SLA

1 Gbps

Ireland’s Best Value
399 Monthly
  • Fully Symmetrical Business Internet
  • Uncontended
  • 99.95% SLA

Airfibre delivers business grade fixed wireless broadband and a host of mission critical services to companies in Ireland.

Airfibre’s range of Uncontended, Symmetrical business internet connections enable Irish businesses to compete in an ever expanding online world where reliable connectivity is mission critical to success.

In addition to business broadband, Airfibre’s team of fully trained engineers, deliver managed Firewalls and WiFi as a Service. Airfibre’s fully managed service options give Irish businesses the peace of mind that their digital presence is safe and secure, while allowing them to focus on running their business in the knowledge that they have a single point responsibility partner for a range of mission critical applications.

Airfibre delivers high quality service business broadband to over 300 businesses around Ireland and proudly boasts that customers who joined Airfibre’s network in 2009 still rely on its best-in-class business broadband today.

If you wish to join more than 300 businesses that have taken the next step in fortifying their business, call us now on 01 526 7800 or email the sales team at

As well as addressing slow Internet, Airfibre offers Managed Firewall and WiFi as a Service