Dáil Éireann - Volume 325 - 10 December, 1980

Written Answers. - Telephone Service.

368. Mr. Boland asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when two additional telephone lines which were applied for in 1977 will be provided for a business premises (details supplied) in County Dublin.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Reynolds): Service is dependent on the provision of cabling which it is expected will be completed towards the end of next year.

369. Mr. C. Murphy asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone service will be provided for a medical doctor (details supplied) in County Wicklow.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Reynolds): It is expected that service will be provided within the next two months.

370. Mr. Aylward asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone service will be provided to persons (details supplied) in County Kilkenny.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Reynolds): The earliest applicant of those named has already been provided with telephone service. It is expected that the remaining applications will be met before the end of 1981.

371. Mr. C. Murphy asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone service will be provided for applicants (details supplied) in County Wicklow.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Reynolds): Within the next three months or so.

[865] 372. Mr. Mitchell asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs if it will be possible to provide a second public telephone in the Corduff housing estate, Blanchardstown, County Dublin, due to the inconvenient location of the present one for some of the residents.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Reynolds): It is expected that two additional kiosks will be provided at Corduff estate in 1981.

373. Mr. Mitchell asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone service will be provided for a person (details supplied) in Dublin.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Reynolds): Service is dependent on the provision of cabling which, because of the volume of engineering work on hands in the Dublin area, is unlikely to be completed for at least another year.