Clearwire to hire more staff for customer service initiative

Wireless internet provider Clearwire Broadband plans to increase its Irish staff levels by 10 per cent, due to the launch of a new customer support service.

14th July, 2007

Wireless internet provider Clearwire Broadband plans to increase its Irish staff levels by 10 per cent, due to the launch of a new customer support service.

Clearwire recently launched its Third Line Care service, which the company said was a unique offering in the Irish broadband market.

The company has introduced a third prong to its customer service, which promises a free call-out by a technical support representative within five days of the customer’s query. The...

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