What's Sales like in a telecom company?

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Jun 21 5 Comments

Is it B2B or just selling to individuals? How's your pay? Just interested to know what life is like for you all? Give me a glimpse into your work life!


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TOP 5 Comments
  • Charter ONCC31
    250+ b2b
    Jun 22 0
  • Charter / Data

    Charter Data

    If you go Enterprise and you have carrier grade contacts you can make a ton of money
    Jun 22 0
  • Verizon vZunit
    Depends where you land but the range is really dependent on skill set and department. Most TC is 60% Base 40% at risk. B2B you can make $160k if you are actually selling
    Jun 21 0
  • T-Mobile EGPt56
    There's consumer, commercial, and government. Just depends.
    Jun 21 0
  • Intel D’s🥜
    It depends, for a telecom equipment vendor like Huawei or others in the US for example it’s mostly B2B. The service providers like Comcast or Charter will have some B2B, but a lot of individual customer bundling. As far as the service providers, some are more specialized for outdoor markets (like Commscope) doing Wi-Fi or LTE for sports stadiums and public square type venues. Those venue type bids are B2B

    HW Design @ Commscope
    TC: 95-105k (depends on bonus), ATL
    Jun 21 0