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Pure Telecom wins Best Broadband at the bonkers.ie National Consumer Awards 2018

Written by Robert McHugh, on 13th Feb 2018. Posted in General

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Pure Telecom is celebrating this week after winning Best Broadband (with or without landline) in front of an audience of over 250 people at the bonkers.ie National Consumer Awards 2018, held on Thursday, 8th February 2018, in The Round Room at the Mansion House, Dublin.
 
The award follows a significant year of business growth and success for Pure Telecom, with the company announcing a €1.8M investment in the creation of 32 new jobs in 2017. Pure Telecom also agreed a €35M infrastructure deal with open eir last year, to reach and provide more broadband customers around Ireland with reliable broadband with speeds up to 1,000Mbps.
 
The Citywest-based broadband and telecoms provider fought off stiff competition from fellow nominees, including Eir and Virgin Media, to collect the prestigious award. The experienced judging panel of business leaders and experts, including Bobby Kerr, broadcaster and businessman, and Lucy Campbell, marketing director, RTÉ Digital, evaluated the extent to which companies offer great customer service and value.
 
The panel found that Pure Telecom has the best broadband service due to market-leading customer service, the latest download speeds, competitive, transparent pricing and a compelling range of product choices.
 
Speaking about the achievement, CEO of Pure Telecom, Paul Connell said, "Winning Best Broadband is a massive achievement and it’s wonderful to receive recognition for the hard work done by each and every member of the Pure Telecom team. The bonkers.ie National Consumer Awards is a fantastic event and an important indicator to Irish customers of the companies that prioritise personal service and lower costs."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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