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Ask a question about working or interviewing at Koodo Mobile. Our community is ready to answer. Upload your resume Sign in. Find Companies. Koodo Mobile. Ratings by category. Found 46 reviews matching the search See all reviews. Sort by: Helpfulness Rating Date. Great work environment and good money! I learned a lot about sales and how to approach all types of customers.
Made some great friends along the way as well. Was this review helpful? Koodo Mobile is easily the best job I've ever had, it was hard leaving the company but I had to move to a new city. You won't be disappointed. Commission, Rewards, Recognition for achievements, Great bunch of people. Was a good experience. I did have concerns over team environment, however, the manager worked in finding solutions. Work Culture needs work. There is no work life balance in this company, not unless you step down to lower roles.
The company does nothing to protect it's sale team against abuse and harassment. Two staff members had stalkers, and the company's solution "sell to them". An excellent place to work. John's, NL — 5 September An excellent experience and an excellent place to work. A highly organized company and treats employees with the out-most respect. I love the people associated with the company. Great team. Terrible management! No job security at all! It used to be so much better.
Overall its ok only for a year or 2. There is no job security and if your sales numbers, customer surveys start slipping they hate you. The managers don't care about you and want you replaced by some other person from another store or a new hire. They even purposely bully you to try and get you to quit. It's a very stressful job trying to sell phones, accessories, and warranties. Not every customer will buy extras from you.
Than management gets irritated and angry at you. There is much more than sales to this job. Like store operations, stocking, merchandising, customer service, billing inquires, technical problems, troubleshooting phones, sending phones out for repair, etc. The stores don't have much staff so when someone calls in sick. Be prepared to get a doctors note. Or be totally short staffed during a whole day. The flexibility isn't very good cause the stores don't have much staff.
Like only 6 or 7 people working in one location. I find it used to be so much better. Before you sold a phone and a case and they were happy. Now the sales targets are just way to high! They want you to sell the phone, accessories, and a warranty. Rest the management and everyone is really good. Fun place to work. Great place to work if you are going through university and need a part time job that pays well for the work you do.
Selling koodo is easy. It is a brand that sells itself. Great company, terrible customers. I had an amazing experience working at Koodo. I loved the team I worked with. They were very supportive and never made me feel small. If you love to sell Mobile devices and the accessories that go along with them, this job is for you. I've learned so much about cellular devices over the time I've worked there. You have to rely on your own research on all the cellular devices and you also have to ask your team a lot of questions.
This is not the type of job where you learn everything in one day. If you love to learn new things everyday this job is perfect. Management was amazing. I loved my manager, like I said before she was very supportive and would work just as hard as the rest of her team. The hardest part of the job is the customers.
I've worked in customer service for 10 years and Koodo has by far the worst customers I've dealt with. Don't get me wrong there are a lot of friendly customers, but just comparing with all my jobs, Koodo was the worst. The most enjoyable part of the job is honestly learning about new technology that comes out and that you get to work with a great team.
Koodo is great, but the customers can get bad. BUT honestly thats anywhere you work now a days. So i highly recommend applying to this job if you're interested in selling and learning about mobile products. Fun people to work with. It was a great atmosphere, its retail so it comes with your regular retail cons but overall great place to work.
The people are great as well. Great environment in a fast changing industry. Catharines, ON — 11 January A typical day working at Koodo mobile would be helping customers with the problems they come across with their cell phones. While I worked their for the past 1 year, I learned a lot of new skills. Such includes, selling abilities, enhancing my customer service skills and adaptability.
The workplace culture is not too bad. The hardest part of the job would be standing up for 8 hours; they do not let you sit down as they think it looks ''Unprofessional''. Great people and very interactive job. You get interact with others alot through this job and also have to be able to understand the needs of customers so you can advise them to what would be best for them to purchase.
Overall it isa great environment. Interesting place to work. Awesome sales environment, supportive staff and room to grow within the company. Average day at work is rewarding with helping client out with there phones. Hardest part is dealing with the negativity from some clients who are not happy with the service and take out on you. Productive and fun. It is fun working there and helping out customers. Its is good working there. Productive, motivational and amazing work environment.
Working with my team motivates me to be a better sales representative each day. We push each other to sell and be the best that we can be. We continuously strive to give the best customer experience. Meeting my stats was a hardship I learned to overcome over my time at Koodo. Cut throat. The pay was stupidly good.
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With that in mind, obviously you still need a mobile plan in the Great White North. So how to choose? We have big, seemingly reliable brands like Rogers and Bell, and smaller discount brands offering what seem like decent savings. Is there a catch? Does a big name really mean better service? By that I mean we looked at plans that seemed about right for a more or less average phone user. You can bundle them with other services, like internet, TV, and even a landline, which can save you some money and reduce the hassle of multiple monthly bills. Call it the curse of the major Canadian providers: You can also share data on family plans, which might be worth factoring into your decision making.
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I had been with Koodo Mobile before, pretty much from the day they opened back in Both of us actually, had signed up with Koodo upon their inception in Calgary. I figured it might be fun to put together some information on using Koodo Mobile in Calgary in case anyone had any questions. Picking a cell phone provider can be such a pain, hopefully this will make it a little easier. Koodo Mobile has been in business since March 17th The same goes with Public Mobile. In December of you might remember Public Mobile coming out with an amazing data promo. I switched from Freedom Mobile to Public Mobile in a heartbeat. Public Mobile was for the most part, flawless. My switch to them was automated, I had no issues, and my service worked immediately.
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Worst service i have been ever provided with , they charged me triple the amount I am supposed to pay monthly and I never got to call the customer service because they wont let me. I would never recommend it to anyone they should just shut down the service. I never got any explanation why I had to pay the amount I just switched to another service. Really disappointed by Koodo, horrible customer service. They charge you for service you dont even know about. When you call them to ask why they charged you. They redirect you to someone else
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