Questions and Answers about AT&T | Spring Mobile

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at AT&T | Spring Mobile.

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Come prepared, do some research on the company. Spring looks for friendly team members who are not afraid to converse. If you don't have a lot of sales experience, that does not mean you are disqualified.

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Wasting time with your video interview reduces the "human factor". I have long experience with employment process, and Video interview is Not what I call a Fair Process. This is just one of the issues, want to talk about Age you secretly require?

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Work at a corporate store where commission is more stable. Authorized retailers skim from the top and give crumbs to the bottom feeders. Stay away from spring mobile and prime communications.

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Don't! Look at the feedback and reviews... remove the 'high ones' as spam from current 'employees' and it equals a job you don't want at pay that isn't even close to what they say it 'can be'!

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The Sequim, WA location WILL NOT generate a higher tier income.
It's a small retirement town, many businesses have failed there.

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Ask them what tier store you will be sent to. Slow stores equals minimum wage.

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Skip it and go elsewhere. Spring treats employees terribly. One life, don't waste it at Spring!

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Apply somewhere else. Save your time

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If you have previous sales experience you're pretty much hired on the spot

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Schererville, IN

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Keep eye contact and make things personal like you've known them for a long time while also focusing on the culture. Research the culture and make sure you know what you're really aiming for.

Answered - Sales Consultant (Former Employee) - Manassas, VA

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