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Pure Telecom to create 30 jobs with €2m investment


Irish business telecoms operator, Pure Telecom, is to create 30 Irish jobs over the next two years in an investment worth €2m.

The investment will see the company grow to 80 employees in total.

The company is now targeting an increase from 30,000 to 45,000 customers over the next year, which would yield additional revenues of approximately €6.5m.

Pure Telecom will aim to secure about two thirds of its new customers from its new Purely Broadband service. This service allows customers without a land-line to access high speed fibre broadband up to 100Mb/s.

Pure Telecom's director Paul Connell said: “We’ve achieved consistent year-on-year growth and this announcement is a statement of our ambition to grow our business very strongly.

“We’re looking to add people to our team who have the hunger, drive and dynamism to build a successful career in telecoms. We want people who share the same values that have helped Pure Telecom grow to the company it is today."

The company's commercial sales director David Sheill added: "We are very bullish about the opportunities we have and we expect to grow the team here even more in the coming years.”

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