After getting your latest bill form the landline provider, you probably asked the question, do we really need the landline?
Many households get their broadband and telephone through a phone line, which is an old copper line coming into our house from a telegraph pole nearby. Many of us are possibly paying up to €80 per month. A costly bill for slow broadband and the odd call to Uncle Jack in the UK.
Good news! Your local provider Ivertec can now offer a home phone service for just €10 per month.
Ivertec provides rural homes in Kerry with high-speed broadband by installing a wireless receiver at a person’s home. Ivertec doesn’t use phone lines. This allows us to offer broadband to customers for as little as €32.99 per month. Also – for just an extra €10, we can offer a customer a home phone service. We unplug your phone from the Eircom socket on your wall and plug it into your Ivertec WiFi router. You can make and receive calls in the same fashion as always. What’s even better, you can keep onto your same number.
The question we always get asked, how can Ivertec provide a house phone service without a landline? It’s simple. We provide our telephone service using the customer’s internet service, and not over a phone line. The days of landlines are gone so it’s time to switch and save with Ivertec.
If you’re interested in finding out more, click below to submit your details to us. A member of our sales team will check if your location qualifies for our fibre speed broadband and telephone service.
Telephone Service Prices
Talk Light – €5 per month
- 100 minutes to Irish landlines each month
Talk unlimited – €10 per month
- Unlimited calls to all Irish landlines
- Unlimited calls to all international landlines
- Unlimited calls to all Irish mobile networks
New Coverage Areas – Kerry
Our new service went live in the greater Tralee area on September 17th, covering areas such as Ardfert, Abbeydorney, Blennerville, Ballyard, Ballyseedy, The Spa, The Kerries, Kielduff, Ballymacgeillot and Tralee town. Additionally, Ivertec has previously connected thousands of rural North Kerry homes with fibre speed broadband in areas such as Ballybunion, Asdee, Ballylongford, Lisselton, Ballyduff, Listowel, Lixnaw, and Causeway.