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How did you feel about telling people you worked at T-Mobile?


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I love using the T-Mobile brand! It truly opens doors for me in many places I've applied for due to the Sales experience.

Answered - Retail Sales Representative (Former Employee) - El Paso, TX

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I am proud and love being able to say I worked for such a good company. The CEO, John Legere, is a really funny and down to earth guy. I have even met him before ( I got pictures). He cares about the employees so much that he even gave one of the teams in my call center some of his own money to throw a team party. Awesome place to work.

Answered - CUSTOMER SERVICE REP (Former Employee) - Salem

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I would highly recommend Tmobile as a place to work

Answered - Store Operations Associate (Former Employee) - Texas

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This has zero relevance to anything

Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) - St. Cloud, MN

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I tell people i work at tmobile and that the money is good

Answered - Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Generally great!

Answered - Retail Sales Manager (Current Employee) - Columbia, SC

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I definitely tell everybody where I work, I love it because we don't express our direct company anywhere so people think I work for t-mobile in my case. And I need to say I like t-mobile very very much, but I love mso.

Answered - Retail Store Manager (Current Employee) - Puerto Rico

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I don't mind telling people I worked there however it's not a company I would recommend as a long term position, just an in between kind of job (great for teen, or 1st jobs)

Answered - Telesales Representative (Former Employee) - Hayden, ID

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I am okay with it.

Answered - .Net developer (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA

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It's fun to work in tmobile and learn the latest of technnology

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Makati

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