Apple cancels Colorado call center over economy and reduced need for support

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Apple Insider reports that Apple has canceled plans to open a new customer support call center in Colorado Springs, due to the troubled economy and a reduction in the number of calls regarding the iPhone since the release of the 2.1 firmware.

This call center was always meant to be a temporary service, but the 500 jobs that will not be heading to Colorado Springs has to be disappointing to the local economy. The staffing company that was putting the call center together especially. They are trying to scramble and see how many of these 500 people they can put to work in other areas.

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