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  • (Wireless Phone) A wireless phone works much like a cordless phone but connects through a PSTN (public switched telephony network) instead of a POTS line (plain old telephone service or regular telephone lines). Security is the guaranteed feature with wireless phones.
  • (Wireless phone) A mobile phone (also called mobile, cellular phone, cell phone or handphone) is an electronic device used for full duplex two-way radio telecommunications over a cellular network of base stations known as cell sites.
  • The activity or business of selling products
  • a particular instance of selling; "he has just made his first sale"; "they had to complete the sale before the banks closed"
  • A quantity or amount sold
  • the general activity of selling; "they tried to boost sales"; "laws limit the sale of handguns"
  • an occasion (usually brief) for buying at specially reduced prices; "they held a sale to reduce their inventory"; "I got some great bargains at their annual sale"
  • The exchange of a commodity for money; the action of selling something

Slacking Confessions
Slacking Confessions
One of my first real jobs was at a women's clothing catalog company doing phone sales, I suppose I should put real in quotes as the only thing real about the job was the number of hours. Telephone sales work is mind-numbing and repetitive and most of the time I was just trying to avoid angry customers as the service and the merch sucked. You were expected to be online in a queue waiting for calls and when you reached the front of the queue you got the next call. You could see a big leader board near the ceiling that told you how many callers were waiting and how many sales people were online in big glowing red numbers. The way things went during busy days would be a new call every time you hit the finish-call button or there were times when you would wait a few minutes between calls due to less call volume. One day during a slow point and I began to wonder how the queue functioned and I guessed it was like a line at a store where you would wait for everybody in front of you but I was betting it didn't keep track of where you were in that line if you disconnected. All Telemarketing companies monitor the phone workers closely and your phone time is tracked to the second, so you would get penalized for the time you spent offline such as going to the bathroom or doing some offline work on an order. So I tried hitting the offline then online buttons quickly about every 2 minutes and after 30 minutes of no calls I realized I was right. I was being put at the end of the line every time I went offline. With my newfound mental breathing space I then preceded to have fun exploring the edges of the order entry system. Weeks later at my next review the confused looks on my managers face was priceless, I just shrugged and said "No idea why it wasn't giving me any calls." Given the job I could play the "I don't understand computers" card there. I backed off on it so I was taking calls but I was able to get some space to keep my sanity in what I now consider a horrible job. Now I am sure you can't get away with that shit like that in a call center since it's 20 years later. I also find it funny that it's the same company that recently had millions of credit cards stolen from a wireless access point running the insecure wep encryption. When I heard the news I wasn't surprised that happened. Just as a side note: I am writing this while I am at work.
Chester Smith, Verizon Sales Representative
Chester Smith, Verizon Sales Representative
My Treo Smartphone 700p was not working correctly; so, Jim said I could go to the Verizon Store and get a new one. It had been awhile since I'd been to Alltel. It was totally changed since Verizon merged with them. I checked in on the computer station with help from the young lady. While waiting for a sales rep, I looked around at the model phones. When my name came up on the computer screen, Chester called my name. He spent 3 hours with me even though he should have gotten off work after 30 minutes. Blackberry had "buy one get one free." I bought a Blackberry Storm with a Dooney and Bourke cover and a Blackberry Tour for Jim. I also upgraded my wireless Internet connection to a wireless network card. Now when Jim and I are out of town, we can both connect our laptops to the Internet with the same connection through our Verizon wireless connection.It replaces the wireless connection that I had only for my laptop.

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