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Old 02-16-2013, 01:25 PM
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Smile Work at Home Tech Support Jobs with TeleNetwork

TeleNetwork is hiring work at home tech customer support in the following U.S. states: Texas, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Utah, South Carolina and North Carolina.

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Old 02-18-2013, 07:19 PM
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This is a pretty good job - I've worked at Telenetwork for almost 6 months now. Very flexible when I need time off and the pay is ok
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Old 02-19-2013, 11:56 PM
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What is the pay? And in one place it says no experience needed and in another it says "experienced." Is inexperienced ok or not, if you know?
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Old 02-20-2013, 12:22 PM
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What is the pay? And in one place it says no experience needed and in another it says "experienced." Is inexperienced ok or not, if you know?
Hi Cool Breeze, I just finished my 2nd interview with them, which is via skype, and I think it went well. The pay starts at $9/hr with raises in increments of $1/hr after 90 days. They have pretty good benefits from what I can tell as well, which is a plus if you need them. When it comes to the experience part, I would say you would need a little bit of tech experience with troubleshooting internet and networking at the least. On the application itself there are about six questions asking you how to do stuff. After the first phone interview, I had to do a 30 question test with a time limit and score at least a 70%to even move on to a second interview, but you can use any resources you like including google. I would say if you are comfortable troubleshooting your own internet issues to give it a shot. Hope that helps a little and good luck!!
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