Tell the FCC: Protect Jobs at T-Mobile and Sprint

Federal Communications Commission

T-Mobile and Sprint have announced plans to merge and the deal is under review at the Federal Communications Commission.

Both T-Mobile and Sprint have a track record of closing call centers and retail stores while offshoring work to other countries and outsourcing to lower wage contractors in the USA.

Wall Street analysts predict massive job cuts as a result of the merger, with over 30,000 jobs lost according to an analysis by the Communications Workers of America.

Sign the petition to the Federal Communications Commission asking them to use their authority to require solid and verifiable assurances that the new company will preserve existing jobs and bring offshored work back to the United States.

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To: Federal Communications Commission
From: [Your Name]

I am concerned that the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint will mean the loss of many American jobs, cuts in wages and commissions and a corresponding reduction in quality for customers.

Before approving the proposed merger, we ask you to require solid and verifiable assurances that the new company will not discard the front-line workers who have made T-Mobile and Sprint so successful. The companies must commit to securing jobs without cuts to compensation and bringing back outsourced jobs from overseas.

Without guarantees that jobs will be protected, this merger should be rejected.