Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) is planning to spread out its business in the entire region of New England Region that will see creation of more than 450 new job opportunities and the opening of over 60 retail stores within the span of 18 months.
The retail stores are anticipated to be commencing before the end of the year across various cities including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and upstate New York. Job seekers especially the local residents are encouraged to apply for the job openings on the company website.
Sprint has also invested heavily in extensive network in various markets including Boston, Providence, Rochester, and N.Y., Northern Connecticut, Buffalo, and R.I. whereby over 630 cell sites have been developed and upgraded with up to date technology.
The upgrading has considerably improved the entire performance of the company especially on videos and other new bandwidth applications across the whole region especially at Gillette Stadium and Fenway Park. Furthermore, Sprint has added over 2.5 LTE near ERA stadium in the Buffalo city for Bills.
The available jobs will comprise of a great mixture of retail, marketing, and operations. The company’s headquarters in the New England Region is in Burlington, Mass. Sprint currently employs more than 650 people from all regions in the vicinity.
Its presence in the locality will enable the firm to continue improving their customer service, enhance the quality of products and services, boost its network, and give back to the community through social responsibility programs.
With more retail stores located in various cities and towns traversing in the entire region, Sprint will be in a better position to meet the needs and requirements of their existing customers and be able to attract potential users of wireless services.
According to the company, the continued investment will make their customers have greater shopping experience and efficient network connectivity. Sprint will continue upgrading their network and deploying advanced technology in the region to meet the growing demand for wireless services and augment their capacity and coverage.