Cellphone Sales Job Description


Like most retail sales jobs, there is usually is a lot of turnover in cellphone sales, which leads to a good number of available positions. The average pay for the position, which typically combines a base salary plus commission, was $50,000 a year in 2014, according to the Simply Hired job website. However, pay can vary widely depending on your experience, where you live and which company you work for. Most companies provide in-house training on their particular products and services, though previous retail and sales experience can help you land a job selling cellphones.

Customer Service

  • The primary duties of a cellphone sales rep are to listen to customer needs, find the best solutions and close the sale. You must also be able to show customers how to use the phones, find the stock in your inventory and set up the features for the customers.

Extra, Extra

  • In addition to selling the phones themselves, cell phone sales reps also sell accessories by showing customers how invaluable the extra items will be for them and how they will make their phone experience easier and more enjoyable. After selling the hardware, you sign customers up for contracts with the cell provider. To do this job effectively, you need must obtain accurate information and upfront payments before releasing the phone to the customer.

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