WICHITA FALLS - More jobs are coming to the Wichita Falls AT&T call center due to the closing of an AT&T call center in Midland.
“We are consolidating some call center work that’s currently done in Midland into larger AT&T centers in Farmers Branch and Wichita Falls,” AT&T spokesman Marty Richter said.
Richter said the consolidation involves about 100 jobs, with roughly half moving to Farmers Branch and half to Wichita Falls.
Richter said if not all of the Midland employees choose to follow their work, AT&T plans to hire additional employees to fill those positions in the Wichita Falls and Farmers Branch centers.
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