Pure Telecom to create 32 new jobs
The jobs will require an investment of €1.8 million
Earlier in January, Pure Telecom announced that its broadband and phone customer base grew by 25% last year.
And now, the latest news from the company is that it plans to add 32 new jobs, which amounts to a €1.8 million investment. The jobs will be in areas including:
- employee training,
- customer service, and
- technical support.
The hiring process has already started and the jobs will all be added by the end of 2017, which will bring Pure Telecom’s team to 112 people.
Paul Connell, Pure Telecom’s director and co-founder said that, as customer numbers grow, the company wants to make sure that customer service remains central.
As such, the additional team members’ focus will be to ensure that Pure Telecom maintains the highest standard of customer care across all business segments.
National Broadband Plan
Speaking about the announcement, Paul Connell said: “Contributing to the growth of our customer base will be the National Broadband Plan – both on the residential and business side.”
He added: “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.”
More about Pure Telecom
Pure Telecom is an Irish owned company, which has been providing fixed line, broadband and cloud telecoms services since 2002 to Irish businesses and consumers.