Sprint Company Overview:
When long distance opened to competition in the 1980s, Sprint immediately seized the opportunity. By 1986, Sprint led all U.S. telecom companies by completing the first nationwide, 100% digital, fiber-optic network. At the same time, the company was a pioneer in data communications, establishing the world’s third largest commercial packet data network in 1980.
Sprint charged into the 1990s with pacesetting moves for both consumers and businesses. The company that gave America pin-drop clarity also became a global leader in voice and data services. Then a new kind of telecom company emerged in 1993, when Sprint and Centel merged to become a unique provider of local, wireless and long distance services. Sprint took its wireless strategy a big step further in the late ’90s by building the only nationwide PCS network in the U.S.
Does Sprint Hire Felons?
Based on our research, it appears that Sprint does hire felons. It should be noted that we compile this information from various internet resources and we cannot guarantee that every company location will have an open mind about hiring a felon. However, from what we have seen in our research, it does appear that someone can work at Sprint with a felony.
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