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Pure Telecom was initially aimed at business customers, before evolving into a more residential telecoms operation
Dublin-based telecoms provider Pure Telecom expects to create at least 15 new full-time jobs and 17 new contract positions in 2017 as part of a €1.8 million investment by the firm.
The company, based in Citywest, currently has 55 full-time staff and a further 70 contract staff. At the end of 2016, Pure had 42,800 customers and is currently recording net growth of 1,500 customers per month.
The business is run by co-founders Paul Connell and Alan McGonnell, and uses Eir’s infrastructure to...
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