Study suggests T-Mobile-Sprint merger would cut employee pay from all remaining major U.S. carriers

A new study of the proposed T-Mobile-Sprint merger shows that if the deal is closed, employees working in the company owned stores would face wage cuts. In addition, the report from the Economic Policy Institute and the Roosevelt Institute (via The Kansas City Star) adds that wages for those working for Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile authorized resellers will also be lowered following the merger, if it gets approved.
The merger could reduce demand for representatives to sell phone, accessories and services at these stores. While T-Mobile and Sprint say that the merger …

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