T-Mobile Workers United

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Today the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) approved the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, a move we believe will lead to the loss of 30,000 US jobs, lower wages throughout the wireless industry, and higher prices for consumers. The DOJ did not listen to our concerns, and the deal does not include any job protections. However, the merger is NOT a done deal.

There was big news Tuesday in the T-Mobile/Sprint merger review process. We've been saying for months now that the merger will hurt workers and consumers.

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We support the Attorneys General lawsuit blocking the anti-competitive T-Mobile/Sprint merger. This merger will lead to higher prices and less choice for consumers, and the loss of 30,000 jobs and lower wages for wireless workers, many of whom don't have organizing rights to enable them to fight back.

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Last week was a big week for wireless workers. We were proud to travel to Washington, DC, to represent T-Mobile workers and to talk to regulators and members of Congress about the impact of a proposed T-Mobile/Sprint merger.

If you're like us, you've been hearing tons of rumors about the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint. What we really need right now are facts about this deal. So our union, CWA, has put together a website, TMobileSprintFacts.org, that shows just how negative the impact would be on workers and consumers if the merger were approved.

As we prepare for another year of building our union, let’s take a look back at all we accomplished last year.

We began 2018 with the publication of our Wireless Industry Statement of Principles. It’s our vision of what jobs in the wireless industry should look like, drafted by wireless workers from AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless.

By Ado Wilhelm, Campaign Director, “We Expect Better”

Last month about 300 people attended a forum in Germany where representatives of workers at Deutsche Telekom (DT) confronted executives, including CEO Tim Höttges, about unfair workplace practices at its subsidiary T-Mobile US (TMUS).