T-Mobile US (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Sprint Corporation (NYSE: S) have announced that, following the completion of their proposed merger to create the New T-Mobile, the company will locate its fourth of five planned Customer Experience Centers (CEC) in New York´s Nassau County, the company said.
The state-of-the-art customer support facility will create up to 1,000 direct local jobs with great wages and benefits and provide personalized support to customers through T-Mobile´s innovative Team of Experts (TEX) service model. Buildout of the site is also expected to create additional indirect jobs in areas such as construction.
T-Mobile has committed to using union tradespeople for construction of the two announced New T-Mobile CECs that will be located in New York, pending the merger´s close. The company has pledged to work with the Building and Construction Trades Council of Nassau & Suffolk Counties to ensure a Project Labor Agreement is in place for the CECs, including the Nassau County site. Additionally, T-Mobile has also committed that no tax incentives from government or economic development entities will be used to operate this facility.
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