KCOM promises 'big announcements' in second Facebook Live

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 28 Nov 2018

The boss of KCOM is set to take part in a live event that also promises “big announcements”.

The phone and internet provider will reveal news that they say will excite customers during the event which will take place this evening (Thursday, November 29).

The company will be holding their second Facebook Live event with managing director, Sean Royce, who is promising “major changes” to their phone and broadband packages.

Sean Royce , KCOM’s managing director, said: “Our first Facebook Live event in October was a big success and has been watched thousands of times online. It was the first event of its kind in the UK and we learned a lot from talking and listening to everyone who took part.

Sean Royce, of KCOM

“I promised no subjects were ‘off limits’ and it’s fair to say our customers didn’t hold back with some challenging questions and opinions – but that’s exactly what we wanted.

"It showed that the people of Hull and East Yorkshire are passionate about KCOM and our role in the region – and hopefully I showed that we too want to listen and respond to what our customers want.

“The next event on Thursday will show what progress we’ve made since last time and will also contain some big announcements about our products and services which everyone who uses the phone or internet in Hull or East Yorkshire should find very interesting.

“I don’t want to give away too much now, but hopefully it will be good news for a lot of people.”

The Facebook Live event will take place on Thursday, November 29 from 7pm and will be accessible from KCOM’s Facebook page .



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