Dáil Éireann - Volume 319 - 20 March, 1980

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Donegal Telephone Service.

1. Mr. Harte asked the Minister for Post and Telegraphs the number of sub-offices in County Donegal which do not have a 24-hour telephone service, the name of each such sub-office, the number of telephone subscribers who do not [292] have this service and the number who have shared lines service.

Minister of State at the Department of Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Killilea): As the reply is in the form of a tabular statement, I propose, with the permission of the Ceann Comhairle, to circulate it with the Official Report.

Following is the Statement:

Statement of Sub-Offices in County Donegal that do not have a 24-hour Service.

Arranmore

Gweedore

Ballintra

Inch (Donegal)

Ballygorman

Inver

Carrick

Kilcar

Carrigart

Kilmacrennan

Churchill

Kincassalagh

Cloghan (Donegal)

Laghey

Clooney

Lettermackward

Culdaff

Linsfort

Doaghbeg

Malin

Doochery

Portsalon

Drumkeen

Quigley's Point

Fintown

Rossbeg

Glencolumbkille

Tamney

Gleneely

Tory Island

The number of subscribers at these exchanges is 1,112 of whom 450 have continuous service on a shared basis.