Dáil Éireann - Volume 331 - 25 November, 1981

Written Answers. - Telephone Service.

628. Mr. Walsh asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs the number of applicants still awaiting telephones in the Rossmore area, Templeogue, Dublin 12; and when service will be provided for them.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): There are ten applicants in the Rossmore area, who have not yet been offered service. It is expected that service will be provided for these early next year.

629. Mr. L.T. Cosgrave asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone service will be provided for a person (details supplied) in County Dublin.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): It is unlikely that service will be provided for about a year.

630. Mr. L.T. Cosgrave asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone service will be provided for a person (details supplied) in County Dublin.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): It is unlikely that it will be possible to provide service for about a year.

631. Mr. L.T. Cosgrave 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. Cooney): It is unlikely that service will be provided for about a year.

632. Mr. L.T. Cosgrave asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone service will be provided for a school (details supplied) in Dublin.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): In the second half of 1982.

[325] 633. Mr. L.T. Cosgrave asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone service will be provided for a person (details supplied) in County Dublin.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): It is unlikely that it will be possible to provide service for about a year.

634. Mr. Murphy asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when an applicant (details supplied) in County Wicklow, who has paid the contract charge, can expect to have the telephone installed.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): Within the next three months.

635. Mr. Murphy asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when an applicant (details supplied) in County Wicklow can expect a telephone to be installed as he has paid the contract charge.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): Within the next three months.

636. Mr. Murphy asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when the employer of six men (details supplied) who requires service for business purposes can expect to have a telephone installed.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): It is unlikely that it will be possible to provide service for about a year.

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

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): Service will be provided as soon as possible but it is unlikely that it will be possible to do so before the middle of next year.

638. Mr. V. Brady asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone service will be provided for a person [326] (details supplied) in Dublin who applied for service three-and-a-half years ago.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): It is unlikely that service will be provided for about a year.

639. Dr. McCarthy asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone will be provided for a person (details supplied) in County Tipperary.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): Service will be provided as soon as possible but it is unlikely that it will be possible to do so for about a year.

640. Mr. Keegan asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a person (details supplied) will have a telephone installed as he paid a deposit of £296 last June.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): In about a month or so.

641. Mr. Keegan asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a new telephone number will be allocated to a person (details supplied) in County Westmeath as his previous number was allocated to the local fire brigade.

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

642. Mr. Keegan asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a person (details supplied) will be provided with a telephone service as he applied five years ago.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): About the middle of next year.

643. Mr. G. Birmingham asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a transfer of telephone service will be provided for a person (details supplied) in Dublin.

[327] Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): It is unlikely that it will be possible to provide service for about a year.

644. Mr. S. Brennan 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. Cooney): It is unlikely that service will be provided for about a year.

645. Mr. S. Brennan 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. Cooney): About the middle of next year.

646. Mr. S. Brennan 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. Cooney): Within the next two months or so.

647. Mr. S. Brennan 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. Cooney): It is expected that service will be provided within the next month or so.

648. Mr. S. Brennan 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. Cooney); Firms such as this are given priority attention. However, it is not possible at present to effect the transfer of service requested because of plant shortages. The matter is being specially investigated and I will advise the Deputy of the outcome.

649. Mr. S. Brennan asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a [328] telephone service will be provided for a person (details supplied) in Dublin as it is required for business purposes.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): It is unlikely that service will be provided for about a year.

650. Mr. S. Brennan 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. Cooney): Early next year.

651. Mr. S. Brennan 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. Cooney): Within the next month or so.

652. Mr. S. Brennan 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. Cooney): Within the next month or so.

653. Mr. S. Brennan 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. Cooney): It is expected that service will be provided within the next month or so.

654. Mr. P. Gallagher asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telex service will be provided for a factory (details supplied) in County Donegal.

Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): It is expected that service will be provided in the first quarter of 1982.

655. Mr. P. Gallagher asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs when a telephone kiosk will be erected at Carrickfin, Annagry, County Donegal.

[329] Minister for Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Cooney): In the second half of next year.