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The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger Will Create, Save or Retain More U.S. Jobs than a Sprint-T-Mobile Merger

Sprint has eliminated 20,000 jobs over the past four years and closed 30 U.S. based call centers.  Sprint still has the lowest margins in the industry, is burning through its cash and will need up to $7 billion in new financing deals over the next few years to cover a cash shortfall caused by heavy investments in the iPhone introduction and a big network upgrade.

Research Area: Investment & Jobs

Tags: economy, investment, jobs, network infrastructure

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger and Jobs: The Real Story

Following a Successful Merger Between AT&T-T-Mobile, up to 95,000 New Jobs Could be Created

Based on AT&T’s Commitment to investment $8 billion in wireless infrastucture over the next seven years following a successful merger between AT&T and T-Mobile, the Economic Policy Institute estimates that it will create between 54,834 and 95,959 jobs over the seven-year program.

Research Area: Investment & Jobs

Tags: economy, investment, jobs, wireless, network infrastructure

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger and Jobs: The Real Story

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger Will Create, Save or Retain More U.S. Jobs than a Sprint-T-Mobile Merger

Sprint has eliminated 20,000 jobs over the past four years and closed 30 U.S. based call centers.  Sprint still has the lowest margins in the industry, is burning through its cash and will need up to $7 billion in new financing deals over the next few years to cover a cash shortfall caused by heavy investments in the iPhone introduction and a big network upgrade.

Research Area: Investment & Jobs

Tags: economy, investment, jobs, network infrastructure

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger and Jobs: The Real Story

The AT&T-T-Mobile merger will create, save or retain more U.S. jobs than a stand-alone T-Mobile

The AT&T-T-Mobile merger will create and retain jobs, and expand high-speed 4G LTE wireless services to an additional 55 million people, improving quality of service, and commitments by AT&T to retain existing T-Mobile rate plans and to divest portions of the network to maintain competition in specific markets. According to the Economic Policy Institute, each $1 billion in capital expenditure on wireless infrastructure can create up to 12,000 new jobs a year as a result of network expansion.  EPI estimates that an $8 billion investment that AT&T has committed to spending over seven years will create between 54,834 and 95,959 jobs for the seven-year program.

Research Area: Investment & Jobs

Tags: economy, investment, jobs, network infrastructure

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger and Jobs: The Real Story

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger Will Create, Save or Retain More U.S. Jobs than a Sprint-T-Mobile Merger

Sprint has eliminated 20,000 jobs over the past four years and closed 30 U.S. based call centers.  Sprint still has the lowest margins in the industry, is burning through its cash and will need up to $7 billion in new financing deals over the next few years to cover a cash shortfall caused by heavy investments in the iPhone introduction and a big network upgrade.

Research Area: Investment & Jobs

Tags: economy, investment, jobs, network infrastructure

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger and Jobs: The Real Story

Investment in Wireless Deployment Results in Higher GDP

Former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers stated that “each dollar invested in wireless deployment is estimated to result in as much as $7 to $10 higher GDP.”

Research Area: Investment & Jobs

Tags: economy, investment, jobs, network infrastructure

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger and Jobs: The Real Story

Each $1 Billion in Capital Expenditure on Wireless Infrastructure can Create up to 12,000 New Jobs

According to the Economic Policy Institute, each $1 billion in capital expenditure on wireless infrastructure can create up to 12,000 jobs a year as a result of network expansion.

Research Area: Investment & Jobs

Tags: economy, investment, jobs, network infrastructure

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger and Jobs: The Real Story

Following a Successful Merger Between AT&T-T-Mobile, up to 95,000 New Jobs Could be Created

Based on AT&T’s Commitment to investment $8 billion in wireless infrastucture over the next seven years following a successful merger between AT&T and T-Mobile, the Economic Policy Institute estimates that it will create between 54,834 and 95,959 jobs over the seven-year program.

Research Area: Investment & Jobs

Tags: economy, investment, jobs, wireless, network infrastructure

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger and Jobs: The Real Story

The proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile Could Create 96,000 U.S. Jobs

The AT&T-T-Mobile merger will create up to 96,000 new jobs related to increased capital investment and an additional 5,000 jobs will be brought back to the U.S. from overseas.

Research Area: Investment & Jobs

Tags: economy, investment, jobs, network infrastructure

The AT&T-T-Mobile Merger and Jobs: The Real Story

Private Capital Spending on Spectrum Build Out Will Generate 300,000 Jobs Over 5 Years

Private sector capital spending associated with the build out and development of 300 MHz of spectrum for mobile broadband will generate an average of more than 300,000 jobs throughout the economy over five years.

Research Area: Economy

Tags: economy, investment, jobs, network infrastructure

“Private Sector Investment and Employment Impacts of Reassigning Spectrum to Mobile Broadband in the United States”
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