Jobs Announced By Irish Broadband Supplier

Some 25 new jobs will be created after a broadband supplier announced a €3m investment programme, it was revealed today.

UPC, the parent company of Chorus NTL, said it plans to overhaul its operations in Carlow which it claimed will deliver some of the fastest broadband speeds in Ireland.

The company said it is employing the services of local operator Integrated Communications Limited (ICL) that will appoint 25 cable technicians, civil engineers, and project planners.


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