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Things to Keep in Mind while Buying Certified Refurbished Phones

Smartphones have become a necessity rather than an option these days. Almost everything right from booking flight tickets to ordering food can be done using a phone. No wonder, people want to own the best of the lot at affordable prices. A lot of times, it may happen that we have been eyeing a specific model for long but can’t fit it into our budget. Here is where a refurbished phone comes into the picture. Refurbished phones are not a bad deal. These ready-to-resale phones are a real game changer when it comes to having a quality phone in a lesser budget. However, these phones irrespective of the model, also come with a lot of hazards and may not be a profitable deal always. In case you are thinking of buying a refurbished iPhone X or any other refurbished phone for that matter, there are some general tips and tricks to keep in mind. Not only will these help you make an informed choice, but also save you from a lot of inconveniences later on. 1. See if there is any w


Min Age: 18 Years Language: English & Tamil. Min Education: Degree Job Description: Handling customer queries and service through calls (No Night shifts) Follow up calls to ensure that appropriate actions were taken on customer requests Should continuously assess and identify opportunities to drive process improvements that positively impact and provide the best customer experience Prior training, support and individual attention will be provided. Good communication skills in English, Tamil is preferred. (Hindi Speaking added advantage) Responsibilities and Duties: Peer cooperation and dedication towards work Required Experience, Skills and Qualifications: Good communication skills in English & Tamil is preferred. (Hindi Speaking added advantage)

How To Build A Career In Telecommunications

Why do you want a career in telecommunications? There are few fields today more fast-moving or exciting than telecommunications. It’s a career choice with opportunities that will tap your technical skills, interest in the newest technologies, organizational talents and readiness for team work. And because your work is essential to everyone’s daily home and business life, you’ll have job security as you expand your resume and professional network. What do telecommunications professionals do? In the telecommunications industry professionals have adapted and changed from telephone service to fiber optic cable to smart-grid. They design video, data, and voice communication systems and handle their installation and maintenance. Telecommunications engineers design and direct equipment installation, including electronic switching systems, IP networks, and microwave transmission systems. There are also careers for broadcast technicians, network systems analysts and data communication