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National Wireless Independent Dealer Association

A quick video update and announcement of our upcoming (soon) webinar series on how your wireless business can survive the pandemic. — NWIDA members, contact us today if you need our assistance and if you’re not yet a member, we invite you to join today. Want news like this delivered to your inbox? Click HERE Want news Read more…

T-Mobile has launched it’s “Connect” plan early. Announced in November, 2019 and scheduled to launch after the completion of the merger – the plan is $15 and includes unlimited talk and text as well as 2GB of data. For $25 per month plus tax, customers get 5GB of high-speed smartphone data. And T-Mobile Connect also has an Read more…

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Per an email from David Kim, Boost has set a dealer compensation floor of “February + 5%” for March, allowing stores to close and still be paid something. This only applies to March and Mr. Kim says April will be evaluated in the near future. While it took them a bit longer than the others, this is Read more…

We rececived a copy of an email from Shawn Anderson, Director of Sales & Distribution at Sprint. In it, Shawn reveals the following: Boost has made a decision to temporarily assign the field team into a remote assignment role: Although you may not see your AE’s and or ISMs in your stores physically, you can expect them Read more…

Per a memo from John Kampfe, Director – Consumer Industry Analyst Relations, AT&T will begin closing corporate stores, due to the COVID-19 pandemic: Retail: Today AT&T will begin closing 40% of our company owned retail stores nationwide. Closures will continue while we concentrate our resources on select stores to meet the immediate service needs of our customers, Read more…

**update here – https://nwida.org/boost-sets-dealer-compensation-floor** We reached out to David Kim – VP Prepaid Sales, Strategy & Operations for Sprint (the head honcho at Boost) and here’s what he told me: Hi Adam, Our field leaders are in constant daily communication with our retail partners as am I. These are unprecedented times and evolving daily. First, I would Read more…

Now it’s T-Mobile and Verizon’s turn. T-Mobile plans to close all of its stores situated inside indoor malls until further notice. These stores include T-Mobile, Metro and dealers. As we mentioned, Dealers will be paid.  Verizon also announced that they will temporarily be closing several of its stores throughout the country. There is no word on until Read more…

Per a memo from Tracy Nolan, Sprint President of National Sales, Strategy and Operations: We are going to move forward with the temporary closing of approximately 71% of our locations from across the country. We plan to keep open and operate just over 1,000 stores, which includes our service & repair locations. This is not an easy Read more…

Metro has sent out a memo (below) that stated for the month of March, Metro stores will have a Dealer Compensation Floor of at least equal to February commissions. This is a great move by Metro, supporting their stores in this time of retail uncertainty. However, no such information came from Boost.  So far, the only thing Read more…

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