AT&T’s Southwest Workers Ratify New Contract

AT&T wireline workers in the Southwest region have voted to ratify a new, four-year contract that covers approximately 20,000 employees represented by the Communications Workers of America in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas.

AT&T Labor: Deal Reached in Southwest as Others Protest

Just one week after wireline workers in the company’s Southwest region rejected a contract offer, the carrier says it has successfully negotiated a new, tentative agreement with the Communications Workers of America union in that part of the country.

Ubiquity Through Mobility

Globally, according to 4G Americas and Informa Telecom and Media, there are now 6.4 billion wireless connections, a volume that represents 92 percent of the worlds population.

AT&T: Copper Thieves Won’t Let Up

One region in California has been hit 30 times in just the past two months, creating a nightmare for AT&T and county authorities, as well as residents who experience service interruptions.

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