More than 200 employees at the former Sprint headquarters in Overland Park have been laid off just two months after the company merged with T-Mobile.
A June 17th notification to regulators shows T-Mobile cut 241 positions at the headquarters, The Kansas City Star reported.
A federal judge approved the merger in February, and it was officially closed in April.
T-Mobile, based in suburban Seattle, said at the time of the merger that it would keep a secondary headquarters in Overland Park.
T-Mobile also said the merger would create thousands of new jobs across the country.
The company said in a statement to The Star that it still plans to hire for 5,000 new positions in the next year.
T-Mobile said it was studying the merged company to ensure it focuses its resources to best serve its customers.