- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at nTelos full-time (More than 3 years)
Good benefits. Management and upper management support sales staff. Overall it is a great place to work and you are in control of how much you can make.
Don't always put the right people in the right management roles. Compensation plan changes more than other carriers. POS systems are outdated.
Advice to Management
Upper management needs to spend more time in stores and doing things that drive business to locations such as events and outside marketing.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through other source. I interviewed at nTelos.
I was an internal applicant, coming from a retail manager position, applying for market trainer. I had already been with the company for about six years, first as a sales associate and then a leader, and the company was looking to decentralize their training group. I had experience in the market as a mentor manager, someone who was responsible for the onboarding of new hires before they went to their destination store.
- The most challenging part was probably doing a short training presentation, since at the time I had no experience with that sort of thing. I was interviewing against several other applicants, some with considerably more experience in front of groups. There was time to prepare for the presentation, which was asked to be about 10 minutes in duration, and on a common sales topic. Answer Question
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NTELOS communicates over the hills and through the woods of the Virginias. The company serves about 415,000 wireless subscribers in Virginia and West Virginia, as well as portions of Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Wireless operations include its FRAWG and nTelos-branded retail business, as well as a wholesale business it operates under a contract with Sprint Nextel. NTELOS spun off its wireline operations in October 2011 as Lumos Networks to improve the performances of both businesses.