AT&T opens call center in Las Vegas

Edwards, John G.
October 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);10/27/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 43, p12
The article reports on the announcement of AT&T Corp. to open a call center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The center will initially have a staff of 80 workers growing to 350 workers by June 2009. It will provide assistance to customers connecting to AT&T for high-speed Internet access and will be AT&T's ninth call center in the country. Starting wages will be from the low $20,000s to high $20,000s plus benefits. AT&T also plans to open another call center with 300 workers in Reno come February 2009.


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