News : Comcast Officially Opens Customer-support Center in Hudson
Oct 17, 2014 -- Comcast Cable, a unit of a company that provides Internet service as well as cable TV, said that is marking the opening of a new customer-support center in Hudson, N.H.
Roughly 600 employees will work at the 127,000 square-foot facility when it’s fully up and running, Comcast said. Currently, more than 100 employees are working in the facility.
Comcast added that it expects to have 200 employees working in this facility by the end of the year, a total that includes nearly 100 new positions.
With the new jobs, Comcast said it will have more than 1,700 employees across New Hampshire, and more than 5,000 across its Greater Boston footprint.
The collective job of the employees at the new call center is to provide support for all Comcast residential products and services, handling calls from across the Greater Boston Region.
Comcast’s Greater Boston Region serves 1.6 million customers in New Hampshire, Maine, Eastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod, and the Islands, the company said.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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