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To whom it may concern: What are T-Mobile's thoughts on the two passages below? 1. "God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them." - Genesis 1:272. "Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh." - Genesis 2:24 Does T-Mobile, as an organization, accept or reject these passages? One passage speaks on the concept of man and woman as distinct categories of mankind, the other affirms the sanctity of man and woman in a union called marriage. As I see a YouTube ad of T-Mobile with LGBT symbols at their logo, this suggests a rejection of these two Judeo-Christian tenets. So I ask you, is that actually the case? How would you handle Jews and Christians that adhere to such beliefs? Please be honest and transparent with all your answers. I await your response. God bless.
I have been noticing increases on my monthly bill lately and called in to verify. The agent told me the extra charge is due to an international call. But guess what: I have been calling my country for years using WhatsApp Video Call and I have never been charged, since I have unlimited data. When I google the question I realize I’m not the only one who has this problem with T-Mobile. On my first call to the billing department the agent told me that international phone calls made through WhatsApp can be charged; she issued a one time courtesy refund to my account though. Then I spoke to a second agent and then a third agent, who both blamed WhatsApp for the issue. Here is what What’sApp says on google about this known issue:“WhatsApp uses your phone's cellular connection or Wi-Fi network to send and receive messages and calls to your family and friends. As long as you haven't exceeded your mobile data allowance or you're connected to a free Wi-Fi network, your mobile provider shouldn't
Hello,We have a significant problem with a T-Mobile promotion two of our family members signed up for back in October 2019. They switched to T-Mobile to take advantage of the October 2019 "Google Pixel 4 On Us" promotion. They were added as the 2nd and 3rd lines to my T-Mobile account.The promotion can currently be found here:https://www.t-mobile.com/news/google-pixel-4The promotion reads:"Get a Pixel 4 “on us” or up to $800 off a Pixel 4 XL via 24 monthly bill credits when you switch to T-Mobile and trade in an older Pixel phone. Meaning, when you get a Pixel 4 on T-Mobile’s interest-free Equipment Installment Plan, you’ll see a bill credit every month for $33.34. That means, at the end of 24 months, you’ll have paid a grand total of $0 — zero, zip, nada —plus the sales tax for your Pixel 4"Both of my family members traded-in their Google Pixel 3 XL phones that were specified as eligible devices. No where in any text on this promotion page does it mention the phrase "eligible carrier(
My android moto phone is getting old and isn’t updating so I found a prepaid tmo samsung A13 at Walmart. Is this new phone “locked” into having to start a new prepaid plan or can I just simply put my existing postpaid sim card into it and turn it on and i’ll have my same service? Thanks!
I am only able to get 3 bars showing ( good) in my small house. I’ve moved the gateway several places with same results. The only difference now is it doesn’t take as long to download streaming channels ( the free ones), but I notice when on internet some of my regular pages are not refreshing. I’ve rebooted devices, gateway etc. wondering if I jumped the gun getting rid of Spectrum?
Over a year ago I started my t-mobile home internet journey with the 5G Nokia modem. In that year I regularly followed this forum, and early on added a fan under the modem thinking heat was the issue. I have Wi-Fi turned off and use an eero mesh network for Wi-Fi connected to the grey cylinder. I have varied upload and download speeds, but overall very satisfied. I regularly use YouTube TV and computers. Starting 5/14/21 it seemed to randomly fail every few days. I added the fan on 6/10/21 and magically until 12/8/21 I had no resets, SEVEN months. The symptom and fix are always the same. The internet goes down, eero Wi-Fi is still available, I check on Speedtest, and internet is down, then I push the power button on back of the grey cylinder off for 30 seconds, and then back on. The internet always comes back on immediately. The eero network detects it, and within a couple of minutes everything is fine. After 12/8/21 I have had random internet down, and had to reset often, so
I've added all the numbers of my immediate family* to my Scam Shield Allow List. This is to ensure their calls are never blocked. However when I look at my Activity List in Scam Shield and select one of their calls, it comes up as "Allow" the way I want it. But some of them don't show up in the Scam Shield app Allow List. Only in the Activity List. Why is that? *PS I have one sister also on T-Mobile. I've tried and cannot add her to the Scam Shield Allow List. In an earlier topic I asked about that but have not received an answer. I'm supposing all T-Mobile numbers cannot be white listed in the Allow List. Don't know why that is so.
I was just hoping for a time line for when we can expect to see T-Mobile money added back to mint mobile, if that will be the case. I looked though the forums and couldn’t find anything more recent than 3 months ago so pls don’t send a link to any of those discussions unless they have an exact time or a straight no from T-Mobile. This is a make or break for me in the long run as i have a few credit cards attached to my mint account and it would make everything way easier for me to add my bank account to it as well.
Really? Mint is trying to work with you to get linking with them accomplished. Are you unable to do so because your security and infrastructure is unable to support on your end? If so, how can you expect consumers to trust you with their money and leverage your banking product? I will NOT use your banking product until such time that you have successfully implemented securely interfacing with Mint. Please make this a priority on your “Future Enhancements” list(s).
Hi everyone, I find personal/business money management software that directly links to my tax software essential, so I use intuit products, for better or worse. I need my T-mo Money account to be able to sync with Intuit products, and see a bunch of threads about how it used to sync, but then was blocked by T-Mo. Most of us won’t use a bunch of different money management software accounts tied to individual accounts, so a lot of us use Intuit products that aggregate our accounts and connect directly to our tax prep applications.Please let us connect our accounts again! It makes having a T-mobile account without this connection inconvenient, enough so that I consider using a different product. I really like T-mo, but that won’t keep me using it if it doesn’t play nice with the most commonly used financial management and tax software.I know a lot of online banks want to compete and offer financial management through their sites. My bank tries to do that, too, but I ignore it. There’s no
I currently have an outage of my regular internet provider (AT&T) and a friend let me use his T-Mobile 5G Hotspot. It was working great at 10mb/sec for a day and a half, then it slowed down to .014 Mb/sec. I checked the router and it said ‘10gb monthly limit has been reached and will reduce speed until the next billing cycle’ . I sort of expected an eventual slowdown ( maybe 4G ) but to 100kb/sec makes the internet almost un-useable ( it took 2 min for this page to load ). The first 1½ days almost had me changing but if this is the way it is going to be I am going to avoid T-Mobile. Is this the way 5G hotspots work on T-Mobile ?
Since setting up my 5g home internet device, I am not able to connect my HP Photosmart C4599 wireless printer to it. I reinstalled it on my home computer which connects to the modem with ethernet cable. I currently have the printer set up using cable connected to home computer, but when I try to configure it over wireless, I am not able to complete the set up. I get to the point where I select my SSID and put in my password so that is all working, but then after that it fails for “MAC Address Filtering may be enabled on your wireless router which can prevent your HP printer from connecting to your wireless network during setup. Temporarily disable MAC address filtering on your wireless router.” I got into the router using the admin user/password but don’t see an advanced option for disabling MAC address filtering. Is there a way to do this or what other options do I have?Thanks for your help!
With the security of peoples phone accounts so important, does anyone know why sprint only requires a 5 digit two factor authentication code to reset your account password?? You would think that they would use a more complex procedure to reset the password to access and make changes to your phone account.
Hello, I signed up for T-mobile home internet almost 1 month ago. In the beginning service was well above expectations.. The download speed was around 250Mbps and the upload around 30Mbps. However, after about two weeks. Now it’s borderline unusable at times. I’ve attached a couple screenshots hoping to figure out what the cause might be? Pay special attention to the one speed test with very high jitter and ping… Any advice would be helpful..
I installed the TMobile 5G home internet and it works pretty good. I’m in rural PA and only get poor reception for TMobile. Does anyone know if the LAN interface is bridged to the WIFI interface? It seems that my Wifi devices cannot see the devices on the LAN interface.There are literally no settings in the device that I can control. As soon as I got this thing I wanted to put it on a designated subnet but that seems impossible. Seems that 192.168.12.x is hardcoded. I got around the subnet issue but now I need to bridge the lan and wifi interfaces. It seems almost as if the wifi interfaces are firewalled against the the lan interfaces.Thanks,David
I was told by a retail sales rep at a T-Mobile retail store today that unlimited free calls to/from/within Simple Global countries on International Data Pass only works on Wi-Fi Calling and that without Wi-Fi calling the charges for each call is $.25/minute (Magenta plan). This does not seem right as this would mean locals calls made within a Simple Global country would result in an international call originating from the U.S. Instead of being a free call, I believe, this would result in a $3.00/minute call.Do we really need to turn on Wi-Fi Calling while on International Data Pass? I am planning a trip to Japan and don’t want any surprise billing when I return from the trip. Would appreciate any comment from people that have used this service.
I’ll be traveling to Italy in September. I have an iPhone 13 Pro with an eSim, on T-Mobile. while I know I can pre-buy international plans from T-Mobile including those with data, on my last trip in 2017 I found that the data speed availability (then with my iPhone 6S) was 2G if lucky, and generally below; that was essentially useless. I don’t know which carrier(s) T-Mobile uses in Italy, but it was dreadful.For this year, I’m considering buying a SIM card over there. However, since I don’t have a SIM card in my phone now, I don’t know how this is going to work. Will it totally disable the eSim? Will I have to go back to a T-Mobile store in the USA upon my return to make the eSim work again? Or, will it revert to the eSim when I remove the Italian SIM? Will I have to “wipe my phone” in order to do any or all of this?I want to use the phone for navigation while over there, so reasonably good data is essential. I could barely get email or messages over 2G back in 2017 and do NOT want tha
If I purchase an unlocked phone, for example an S22 Ultra unlocked version, will I be able to make Wifi calls on T-Mobile ? This is assuming I use a T-Mobile SIM with it, or eSIM, of course.The reason I ask is that I have no reliable cell coverage at home. Neither 3G/4G/5G offer reliable signals in all places in my home from any operator. A T-mobile cellspot in-home LTE tower also does not cover my entire home. The only thing that works reliably is Wifi calls, using a combination of 5 wireless access points.My current phone is a T-mobile version (Note 20 Ultra) and works with Wifi calls. I need my next phone to continue to work with Wifi calls. Some unlocked phones are available for significantly less than the T-mobile versions, for example the S22 Ultra version sold by Google on Fi is $700 vs $1200 on t-mobile.com . But will it work with T-mobile Wifi calling ?
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