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Mobile phone company 3 to create 50 new jobs

Company growth due in a large part to the surge in popularity of smartphones.

New jobs partly attributed to the growth in popularity of smartphones, like the iPhone, pictured.
New jobs partly attributed to the growth in popularity of smartphones, like the iPhone, pictured.
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THE MOBILE PHONE company 3 announced today that it will create another 50 jobs in Ireland.

The company will create the jobs by expanding its operations in the country, the Belfast Telegraph reports.

The new jobs will be located within the finance, retail and product development sections at its headquarters in Dublin and around the country.

Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte said: “The smartphone economy is vital to Ireland’s future and I am heartened that Three is strengthening its presence here with the addition of a further 50 new jobs to its already 400-strong workforce.”

Read more at the Belfast Telegraph>

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