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I have been working at Cellular Sales full-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
Potential to make 6 figures out of the gate, easily the highest paid cell phone sales job anywhere including VZW Corporate. your schedule is fully adjustable - you just need to find people to trade with/cover for you. paid vacation available after 1 year and exceptional performance. Huge opportunity to learn to sell due to extensive training, high number of opportunities per day, high number of lay-downs (people who have already made the decision to buy before they see you) for a sales job. You are given an automatic bonus tier for your first 90 days and are constantly mentored through your 1 month training and first 90 days. 1 month training is paid hourly. Company structure is flat - no store managers or middle management; everyone is a salesman and responsible for their own success. You won't be micromanaged or bossed around. You are free to pursue whatever avenue you like to generate sales both inside and outside the store: Some reps cold call businesses, some hand out business cards wherever they go, some have their own E-mailing list, others join local chambers of commerce. You are able to open any store at any time to make a sale. You can get the company intranet installed on your laptop and take it with you for outside sales if you desire to.
Job is not for everyone: You must be responsible, teachable, and professional at all times (a huge CON for many people). If you don't follow through on every sale, you don't get paid for every sale. Most that fail fail due to lack of responsibility and like any sales job, there is a high turnover rate. Commissions take up to 2.5 months to get paid (March's commissions paid are for sales made in JAN). Every piece of inventory is scanned twice a day every day. You will drive a lot because you will work a different store every day. Hours are typically 45-50 per week. Some work less, others work much more. There is a rigid system for firing people who are often late, especially in the beginning. Most are content making 40-50K a year and never step out of their comfort zone to get better.