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Thread: What to expect working as a Sales Consultant in a corp. store

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    MetroPCS has a trade in policy where you can trade in phones. It just so happens that a bunch of people who see metro doing it think that everybody else is doing it.

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    So here's my wild crazy journey through Cingular.

    Started in June.

    Trained till July 2nd week. Got BAAAAD NUMBERS FIRST MONTH!

    Hit Third tier ever month since .

    Basically the tiered system is geared so that every store's TOP REP will get a big payout to push the other reps.

    The hardest thing about working for cingular is the interviews when you're hired.

    Seriously, they do a pretty good job of screening people, so when you're in, you're in.

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    Thumbs up best com check lol

    i start with cingular in a week it took 3week from the time i signed up online for the job



    so what the best or a range of what the com pay is like for cingular ....i know my friend make over 4000.00 mo with hrly and com pay at verizonwireless lol


    thank you from ............maui hawaii

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    I've seen people make that much and more here at cingular. Personally when I was working at Verizon I noticed that the hourly was smaller and the commision wasn't any better ( at least in the CA market ). So I left for Cingular. But what it all boils down to is DRIVE. I've seen part-timers in both companies make more than full-timers etc.
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    what do the steps mean? also, what's the difference between CSR I and CSR II?
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    If you're good you get paid.

    I made WAY over 5 last month. I don't want to go into details, suffice it to say, if you're good you get paid. I think the top reps are making like 90 a year, which is not bad at all.

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    Go to VZW employment forum and see how much their reps make!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prometheus2k2
    If you're good you get paid.

    I made WAY over 5 last month. I don't want to go into details, suffice it to say, if you're good you get paid. I think the top reps are making like 90 a year, which is not bad at all.

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    Sorry, but I find that extremely hard to believe. The top rep in our region was making about 80k a year, but that's BEFORE taxes. after 45% tax, it's nowhere near that number. In regard to sales, it's quite deceiving to mention the amount pre-tax because we're taxed abnormally high compared to any other job/profession. In our region, pay starts at $9.63/hr. What are your metric numbers at? By the sound of it, you should be at the top of the Summit List.

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    when i worked for vzw i was averaging 7-8k in comission a month... Yes.. those old circuit city days

    btw, don't they give you 2 lines? one demo and one Ptt? and what kind of phone do they give now a days for demo?

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    If I ask a question here, will it get deleted?

    Well, I still gotta ask this tho'. Will I still be considered even if I don't have any sales experiences? I mean I worked at a few restaurants for the past 5 years and still am working in one (a Japanese this time). I think I'm techy enough to work for a wireless company tho.... (I know sales got too little to do with techy-ness)

    Can anyone answer me on this?
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    The current phone is the LG cu500. I had only 7 months experience in sales and I got the job. Had an interview with 2 managers and got called 1-2 weeks later.

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    Would it be better to goto a Cingular store and put in an application or just do it online? I would like to work for Cingular, but don't what would be the best course of action. My next question is what would keep them from hiring someone?

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    Here is what people have to understand. If you have any kind of sense at all you will make $4000 per month easily. If you hit your quota you will get about $1000 depending on which market you are in. That does not count what you get paid for each actual line. Exp: Let's say you activate 75 lines and get paid an average of $10 per line that equals $750. So far with you quota plus pay per line you are at $1750. This does not count data which it the best way to make your money. Every rep knows that data will make you more money than anything. If you sell a blackberry unlimited data plan you can make 3 or 4 times the amount of actually activating the line.

    The benefits as far as medical, 401k, pension, vacation, training, rewards points, tuition pay, clothing allowance and so on and so on are amazing. Also Cingular is a union company and it allows you protection for very, very, very little and awesome benefits as well.

    You can come off the street with a HS Diploma and make more than people with 4 year degrees without breaking a sweat. Cingular is an awesome company to work for. No one will tell you any different. Sure people may complain about quotas but no one will say anything bad about the company for the most part.

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    I wonder if the post right above me is correct with the new commission structure...
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    I would say no way. Ive had around 80 opps in one month, low amount of features, and the quota is 100. That averaged out (with the bad features) to be around 1200 before taxes! That is nothing compaired to the rest of the year. So its highly doubtful that you would even clear 1700 depending on where you are in the area.

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