Photo: Spanish Language Center for Excellence
Comcast Cable is set to open a new call center in Miramar, Florida that will be operating as a Spanish-language center, employing 300 people. This dedicated customer-service center will handle inquiries and sales calls for the nation’s largest cable operator across the U.S.
In a prepared statement, Florida Governor Rick Scott said: “As Governor, I am working to make Florida the No. 1 place for job creation so that successful companies like Comcast will grow and expand in our state.”
Once opened the center will be called Spanish-Language Center for Excellence. The center will officially start handling calls in May and the company is starting to accept applications from bilingual applicants now.
The company has dramatically increased the amount of Spanish-language programming on TV, On Demand and online with the launch of Xfinity TV in Spanish, offers international calling plans that make it more affordable to call Latin America and other Spanish-speaking areas and has launched a Spanish version of SmartZone Communications Center, an online destination where customers can access and control their email, voice mail, address book and calendar as well as program their DVR.