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“T-Mobile is so eager to pad its executives’ bank accounts that they couldn’t even wait until the merger has gone through to start firing people,” said Communications Workers of America President Chris Shelton.
As state regulators in several states investigate service quality issues at Frontier, CWA members have been calling on the company to invest in its network and workforce to improve service quality in Ohio and Minnesota.
Despite increased data use, the United States continues to fall behind other nations in terms of broadband speed and access.
With CWA’s District 9 contract with AT&T West set to expire on April 4, CWA members are ready to fight for their fair share of record-breaking profits
Lifeline is a beneficial federal program that provides low-income Americans access to free or affordable phone and broadband services.
With CWA’s contract with AT&T Southwest Mobility set to expire on February 21, members are ready to fight for their fair share of record-breaking profits.
“It’s chilling to consider what a black market could do with this data,” said FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel.
AT&T has cut over 37,000 jobs since the Tax Cut and Jobs Act went into effect two years ago.
New Jersey CWA members held numerous lobby days to push state elected officials to pass legislation protecting call center jobs.