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I work at T-Mobile and just got promoted to a key holder, should I have gotten an increase in pay?

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Yes you should have gotten an increase in pay because you are taking on such a responsible roll.

Answered - CUSTOMER SERVICE REP (Former Employee) - Bellevue, WA

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No they don't give you a raise

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Yes, any sort of promotion gives you a raise.

Answered - Retail Associate Manager (Current Employee) - Compton, CA

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If your sales continue to grow yes.

Answered - Executive Cellular Phones (Former Employee) - Lancaster, PA

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I no longer work there

Answered - Retail Store Manager (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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I no longer work at T-Mobile.

Answered - Retail Store Manager (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Some companies do and some companies don't. If you feel that that is deserved then you should bring it up to your supervisor.

Answered - Regional Manager (Former Employee) - Westminster, CA

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If you have proven you can do the job efficiently and with the right mentality

Answered - Retail support representative (Former Employee) - Meridian, ID

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Anytime promotion received at T-Mobile comes with an attractive pay increase.

Answered - B2B Account Executive (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA

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Yes, i think anything with greater responsibilty should have a raise.

Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA

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