Jobs available to help bring broadband to Cornwall

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Wednesday 7th July 2021 10:00 am
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There are many exciting roles to fill for those who are interested in working on this important national infrastructure project says the managing director of Telent Ric Welsby

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TWO new exchanges will give a broadband boost to around 10,000 residential and business premises in various locations across the Duchy, says Openreach.

The provider is investing £4-million to upgrade the network in these two parts of Cornwall — part of a wider investment in urban areas in the South West. Openreach says that the majority of properties will now be able to access ultrafast full fibre broadband.

The news follows an announcement from the company last month on extending its network to harder-to-reach rural areas.

Contractors working with Openreach to build to the new network include Kier Utilities and Telent Infrastructure Services — and jobs are available, said managing director of Telent Ric Welsby.

“We are very pleased to be supporting Openreach in the build of this ultrafast and ultra-reliable full fibre broadband network. The long-term contracts we have been awarded allow us to recruit the people we need to provide an excellent service to Openreach. We have many exciting roles to fill, I would encourage anyone who is interested in working on this important national infrastructure project to visit? telent.com/work-with-us/infrastructure-services

“The long-term contracts we have been awarded allow us to recruit the people we need to provide an excellent service to Openreach.

“We have many exciting roles to fill, I would encourage anyone who is interested in working on this important national infrastructure project to visit? telent.com/work-with-us/infrastructure-services”

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