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New Sky services to create 900 Irish jobs

Sky will launch its phone and broadband services later this year with plans to open a customer care centre in Dublin.

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GOOD NEWS ON the job front as Sky’s new wholesale deal with BT Ireland will see the creation of 900 jobs in Ireland this year.

Sky will be launching its Sky Talk and Sky Broadband services across the country later in the year and will open a dedicated customer contact care centre for Irish customers at Burlington Plaza in Dublin.

Sky said the new Irish operation will see its workforce increase by 900 over the next 18 months and recruitment is already under way.

The new services will now allow existing Sky customers in Ireland to unite their television services with a range of telephone and broadband packages from Sky.

JD Buckley, Managing Director of Sky Ireland, commented: “We’re confident of delivering the right products at the right prices so customers have a real alternative to the incumbent services they’ve been used to.”

Sky said Customers will be able to pre-register for broadband and talk in due course and prices will be confirmed in coming months.

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