After Hot Spot @ Home launched in 2007 to little fanfare, as a monthly landline-killer, two things happened to vindicate T-Mobile's strategy: T-Mobile remains the lone major proponent of Wi-Fi calling in the US, despite the fact that UMA is an open standard (which AT&T, as the other GSM carrier in the US, could easily implement), and the fact that there was a CDMA version of UMA in the works as far back as 2005.But even T-Mobile is a little bashful in promoting its service, confirming to me that the feature would "never" be a top-line of an ad campaign.
Practise your body language – go for a casual confident position, not leaning forward or folded arms.
Search our database of global university jobs If you are at home, make sure you create a professional setting – do not unintentionally show too much of your life – and always check what is behind you so there are no distractions rising up behind you.
Kim Frost Director of human resources at the University of London Treat it like a normal interview and not like a casual chat with your friends on social media, so wear an appropriate outfit just as you would if you were there in person. Don’t use your swivel chair – a lot of candidates swing around while talking and it’s very distracting – and keep the dirty coffee mug out of sight.
Amanda Shilton Godwin Executive officer (professional development) for the Association of University Administrators Eye contact is really important in interviews for building a rapport with the interviewers, and you need to think consciously about this on Skype.
Remember that for the interviewers to see you, you need to look into the camera.