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What is the commission structure


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Commission is based on results, changes occur every year, based on value the company sets on devices and plans. Accessories are very important and are guaranteed money where plans require a 3 month span the customer must keep the account active. Commission quota is easily obtainable and trackable.

Answered - Retail Wireless Consultant (Former Employee) - Maine

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Per hour based

Answered - CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Waukesha, WI

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Commission paid out on the last friday of every month. there were no caps on commission.

Answered - Retail Wireless Consultant (Former Employee) - Omaha, NE

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Agent structure

Answered - Agent Manager Eastern Half of Iowa (Former Employee) - Eastern Iowa

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Fair and based on a balanced sales process.

Answered - Retail wireless consultant (Current Employee) - Spencer, IA

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Full Timers and Part Timers have different goals that are all divided up among each other according to the stores goal. You are paid at the end of each month for the work you've done the prior month, and your new lines must stay active for 90 days - otherwise its a "charge-back."

Answered - RETAIL WIRELESS CONSULTANT (Current Employee) - Rockland, ME

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The more you sell the more you make. Got to hit a base first.

Answered - Retail Consultant (Former Employee) - Indiana

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The commission structure varies per quarter.


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