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T-Mobile is hiring in Alabama. T-Mobile plans to hire up to 100 full-time workers by the end of the year.

To fill these positions, T-Mobile is holding an open house on Thursday, Oct. 4. The company is looking for people with customer service and sales skills.

T-Mobile will hold application sessions tomorrow at 9 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. Those sessions will be held at the T-Mobile Birmingham Call Center on the 11th floor of the Galleria towers, the office building behind the Galleria Shopping Center.

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