Vodafone has been awarded the contract to provide broadband services to connection points across the country.
The first of around 300 Broadband Connection Points are to become available in the weeks ahead.
They will give users free onsite high-speed internet access, and will be the first to be connected under the National Broadband Plan.
The points will be in buildings such as community centres and sports clubs.
Ten locations have been chosen in Mayo.
Minister Michael Ring has confirmed that the BCPs will be located at the following ten Mayo locations: Keenagh National School, Ballina; Taugheen Community Centre, Claremorris; Killasser Community Centre, Swinford; Islandeady Community Centre; Bofeenaun Community Centre, Pollawarla; Belderrig Community & Research Centre; Keel Community Centre; Kilmovee Community Centre, Cushlough Community Centre, Carrowkennedy; and Finny Community Centre.