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What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at T-Mobile?

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  • Just be yourself! There’s a lot to learn but it’s easy. Be sure you are someone who enjoys truly helping people and not someone who makes customers feel like they are just another number.

  • Just be yourself, they’d like someone personable.

  • Don't interview you will be stuck l, there is Nowhere to grow

  • Have confidence.

  • Just be yourself

  • Basically tell him you have open availability your work for free sometimes because no matter if you work through your lunch because of scheduling reasons are you staying more than 8 hours they will only pay you eight hours

  • Do not be nervous about the interview process. Do your job and DO your Homework, do a little research before your scheduled interview!!!

  • Sprint pays well for the job that you're doing. Understand you're answering calls with disgruntled or angry individuals that are addicted to their cellular devices. Customers calling in or not calling in to praise you. Expect the vast majority of your calls are dealing with angry individuals.

  • Ask for what your true responsibilities are. At my time, I thought I was going sales only. I ended up being a lead but they never defined my quota because leads have to take escalations. So my quita was hit a few times because I had to deal with upset customers first. Leads are suppose to have lesser quota because they take on more during work shift.

  • It really depends on what company you're interviewing with. But regardless if it's indirect or corporate, be ready to show hype, urgency and sales knowledge.

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