32 jobs announced at Irish telecoms company

Employment, Finance, Technology | Mon 23 Jan | Author – Business & Finance
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Telecoms provider Pure Telecom has announced €1.8m investment in 32 new jobs to further growth of its residential customer base.

Earlier this month, the company announced that it reached 42,500 customers at the end of 2016 and in the next three years the company is aiming more than double its residential customer base through acquisition of other telcos, competitive wins and overall market growth.

The 32 new jobs will be in areas including sales, employee training, customer service and technical support.


Paul Connell

Paul Connell, director and co-founder, Pure Telecom, said: “Contributing to the growth of our customer base will be the National Broadband Plan – both on the residential and business side. We work with multiple telecoms wholesale providers, giving us access to more premises in Ireland than anyone else.”

He continued: “As more homes and businesses across Ireland become connected to fibre, there will be huge customer demand for high-speed broadband services. When that time comes, we will be ready to support the increased demand with no negative impact to our existing customers.”