Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Van Buren, AR – April 11, 2017
I absolutely love my workplace! But I'm not meant to be a salesperson. It's hard for me to try and sell something I don't believe in or wouldn't agree with myself. I'm too honest of a person to lie about what I'm selling.
Fun coworkers, great benefits, boss works with my schedule
can be stressful at times trying to hit numbers monthly
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Arkansas – March 2, 2017
Small locations do not drive as much traffic so commission was hard to get! A lot of services were not available in the area so you couldn't bundle often. they do not have an 401K plan so you would have to find an outside company for that....all in all its okay but it really depends on your location
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Greenbrier, AR – October 14, 2016
An average work day involves working with floor traffic, cold calls, or getting out in the community passing out flyers and business cards. We work with phones, tablets, direct tv, digital life home automated security, and small business accounts. We also do some technical support, and deal with all customer complaints/concerns.
Great enviorment, great staff
Overcoming some objections and expectations that are not properly translated
a lot of travel, little pay, no reward or advancement
INSTALLER (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – December 3, 2015
A typical day is average, go to work, do your job, go home. But you may have to spend 4 hours a day on the road getting to and from that location. If you work at the main office in the Bay Area you are okay, but if you worked for the Inland Empire office they couldn't care less about you. You are just a means to make money to them. The worst part of the job was spending hours on the road, or weeks on the road. And dealing with poor management. But that is why the Inland Empire office closed down.
agent (Former Employee) – Camden, Arkansas – September 26, 2014
I enjoyed the customers, if you're a liar and love to lie to the people about products that is a rip off this is the job for you. A honest person will not be able to work for this company. Management is horrible.
Sales Rep/ Interpreter (Former Employee) – Hope, AR – July 31, 2014
Sell products to both existing and potential customers and clients Explain the usage educate new customers and explain the benefits of our company and products. Customer Service, greet, assist with bills, activations, data entry, networking, cell phone/computer programs and software.
Great local organization to work for and great people to work for.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Forrest City, AR – July 9, 2012
A typical day at work evolves going in in the morning and getting the store clean and ready for customers that day. The rest of the day involves helping customers with their cellular products, bills, bill payments, and sales of new products.
Enjoyed the customers at this job and really enjoyed the way they would be smiling when they left the store because of my assistance with them! Was very self satisfying! This job required a lot of hours! 12 hours a day 6 days a week. Never had a lot of time for my daughter who is now 23. Co-workers were clowns but good at what they did. I learned so many things about cell phones.
free lunches 1 day every other week, self satisfaction, customers
long hours, on feet all day, nothing to do most of the day