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Question For The Rep's


Jul 24, 2006, 8:43 PM
I currently work for Verizon Wireless and am considering moving to another carrier due to disagreements between me and my employer. my question is what type of compensation (hourly average) could I expect if I applied and was employed by your company? I plan on cross-posting this thread so please don't get peeved if you see it in another forum you view. And if your curious VZW can't accommodate my desire for higher learning i.e. college with less than a month till the semester starts I'm kinda in a panic. Any help or insight would be appreciated.


I'm in Sales BTW

Jul 25, 2006, 9:52 AM
"my question is what type of compensation (hourly average) could I expect if I applied and was employed by your company?"

You mean Phonescoop??? ...or the carrier forum your posting in?

I don't think you'll get any serious answer. Most of the posters on this forum are CSRs, call-center people types, etc. Best bet is to find a manager or corporate director on the inside...

Jul 27, 2006, 3:54 PM
I work for Tmo in retail sales in the Dallas market. I happen to be in one of the slowest stores in my area, and I only work about 30 hrs a week. I typiclly can make about $3,000/mo gross but there are guysthat make $6-7g/month. T-Mobile is also nice and laid back about feature and accesory attachments. Yeah sure they want you to have good numbers on them, but theyre really more worried about the bottom line. We get pretty nice bonuses for good mystery shops and service first surveys as well.

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