District Manager (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – April 24, 2018
I have worked for Wireless Vision for five years, and it has been a wonderful journey. This is very rewarding work if you are willing to work hard. Upward advancement is constant, surrounded by both people and situations that will help you to grow your professional skill-set.
This is the best company and best position I have ever work for and in.
The Pro's are the pay, paid time off, the advancement possibilities, the culture, the competition, and the personal growth.
The Con's are that it can be at times very demanding compared to what some people are used to, and it is very competitive. If you love competition, you will love it here. If you do not like competition, you might not like it here.
Wireless Vision, as a whole, is a solid company. In my career, they would rank fairly high as an overall. They are T-Mobile's largest retail partner.
The culture is built on grinding sales. Don't get me wrong, in most stores, it's not blindly about selling, but it is about building the network. Because of the sometimes inconsistent nature of traffic this can cause for some stressful days.
Awful Work Life Balance and Security but if you can sell you will enjoy it.
Part-Time Commission Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Lithonia, GA – March 9, 2018
The hardest part about the place is that if your not doing well than the disrespect all ideals of a healthy balance between work and home, with forced calls and meetings and the like. If you give continued below average performance your position might as well be already lost. However, if you can continually succeed than you will very much enjoy the position.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 9, 2018
The company thrives on it's employees being deceitful and doing fraud on customer's accounts. My own district manager has said " if fraud is what you need to do, then do it". They only promote people who commit said fraud. Management is very careless about its employees. All they care about are meeting their numbers, and employees are expected to break their backs to meet those numbers, even though we are paid minimum wage and only get a small portion of commission from each sale.
Retail Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – February 21, 2018
My time with the company has shown they will scam you out of every dime you they promise to pay you. In one day you can go from making money to the next day owing the company money. The promise to fix it and pay you what you earned but that never happens.
Wireless Sales Expert (Former Employee) – Walla Walla, WA – February 20, 2018
Wireless Vision entices you with a "commission" payout on top of your hourly, but the hourly itself is a joke and the commission isnt good either. If you arent making your sales goals then they cut your hours. Which ruins your abilities to sell. they expect you to work off the clock in order to bring in appointments and write you up if you dont. While it does offer medical and dental/vision, the insurance has such high deductibles that you still cant really afford to go to the doctor. Management doesnt care about anything other than getting their numbers, Associates act like 13 year olds and will constantly stab you in the back to get ahead and steal sales as often as they can. Unless you are about to lose your house. I would recommend to stay well enough away from this company
discount on t mobile service plan
Late hours, no sales traffic, if you want to "do well" you cant have a life
Mobile Expert (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – February 19, 2018
the job culture is demanding as most jobs are. how and when you work depends on how good of a seller you are. it is a learning experience, button that is also stressful. but having the experience is a plus !
Retail Sales Representative (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 19, 2018
Managers are routinely putting in 60+hours a week just to try and hit their goals. Training in the company is almost none existent. The commission structure makes little sense and treats reps unfairly for the amount of work they are doing.
Cut throat with absolutely no loyalty to their employees
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Minnesota – February 12, 2018
After working for a major carrier for over 14 years I decided to step away from the "corporate" environment and work for a "family owned" type operation...what a mistake. The management here is more cut throat than anything I have ever experienced. "The beatings will continue, until moral improves' mindset. Couldn't think of many positive things to say regarding this company, other then if you are in upper management you can do whatever you want.
If you're looking for a job that allows you to take advantage of its customers Wireless Vision is the company for you. The management is horrible and pushes you to lie and take advantage of your customers. The store I was working at made people put stuff on a customers accounts with a promise to credit them, but never did. They made you sell things that were unethical to the customers if you didn't you would be written up. They made you also work long hours and the commission was always never what it seemed. The management was solely on politics giving the wrong store to the wrong people. The store I was at is under investigation for fraud and again putting things on peoples accounts without permission. I highly do not recommend this company.
They fed us a lot
No breaks or short breaks, long hours, no work life balance, horrible management, fraud, and commission fraud
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 19, 2018
WV gives a bad name to Tmobile. the most terrible place to work. I wouldn’t reccomend this company to anybody. they overwork you and under pay you. the managers have no idea what they are doing. not the assistant managers store managers or district manager. Queens district is the worst district. they are all extremely incompetent & i feel that WV does not care about their employees. the worst representation of the Tmobile brand.
Sales Lead Manager (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – January 16, 2018
Nothing is worse than this. Brooklyn District is a total disgrace to this company. There is no loyalty, balance nor union within this company whatsoever; so don't bother wasting your time applying to be manipulated, nor bribed into being set up for failure. Spare yourself the headache of Wireless Vision T-Mobile (Specifically Brooklyn) and just apply for T-Mobile Corporate Store instead. They refuse to pay Over Time, they don't properly train their employees for each position, they honor favoritism over politics, they verbally abuse/ bully their employees, peer pressure, the managers play with employees commission, the DMs don't really care about doing whats right nor try to help assist when there is a complaint about employees treatment and they promote people who do fraud and fire those who are against it.
You meet great people for different parts of life, 25% Discount off of accesories and Aetna insurance.