CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - One of the largest wireless networks in the country has announced plans to expand operations in South Carolina’s Charleston County.
T-Mobile on Wednesday said its $10.2 million investment in its Customer Care Center will create about 540 new jobs, bringing the total number of full-time employees at its facility in North Charleston to more than 1,500.
T-Mobile said the “decision to expand (the) customer care team in the region is a testament to the quality of Charleston County’s talent and resources, and an investment in the company’s commitment to providing high quality customer care.”
T-Mobile Executive Vice President of Customer Care Callie Field said the company is “customer obsessed.”
“We are so excited for what’s to come as we expand our operations and team in Charleston, and we can’t wait to tap into the tremendous talent this area has to offer,” Field said.
Gov. Henry McMaster said the company’s announcement speaks to the state’s reputation of being a “place where companies can establish business and prosper.”
“We celebrate T-Mobile’s growth and their decision to expand their footprint within our borders,” he said.
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