Up To 300 Jobs Created By Mobile Phone Company

Mobile phone company EE has said it is to create some 300 jobs in south Wales and north east England.

Up to 200 customer services and sales jobs will be created in the firms' Merthyr Tydfil call centre, with the remaining 100 jobs being in Darlington and North Tyneside.

Also in south Wales, 15 apprenticeships are to be created in conjunction with College Merthyr Tydfil.

It is understood that recruitment for the positions will begin this month.


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