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I had the same issues in October. I contacted support to fix the issue. My account was shut off because I couldn't pay the bill online. Support said it'd be fixed in a few days. It is a month later. Fix your site! This is unacceptable from any business in today's times. I'm not sitting another few hours on hold again, and I'm not creating separate accounts to manage. If not, time for me to find another provider. I"m fed up. I don't have time for this crap.

Thank you!

Thank you

TMobile, it’s a shame that it’s taking an eternity to fix this issue

As soon as funds are used I’ll say goodbye to you

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Yes, that worked for me.

Thank you!!!

This worked (though the added funds aren't showing up on the account status page just yet, it did send me email confirmation, and the status page has always been slow to update.) 

I don't know how you managed to find it but you accomplished more than the entirety of T-Mobile support, who has also told me "72 hours", the magic lie to make callers go away for a few more days.

T-Mobile should be ashamed.  All they did was break a redirect and it's taking a month to resolve, if ever?!  When did T-Mobile become Sprint?  The point of buying Sprint was to finally put it out of its misery and harvest its remnants to build a stronger network, not to actually adopt their entire interface and support program!  This entire experience reminds me from top to bottom of my old Sprint days.  I thought T-Mobile was a superior company until now.

I'm glad I was able to add funds and get access again, and that will give T-Mobile another month to figure this out before I need to bail.  If it's not sorted out by then, it's safe to assume it never will be.

Considering the quality of this website, I'm starting to get a clear picture of how these data breaches keep happening.....

That works!  Thanks!

If you have multiple prepaid numbers in one account and getting the "We are currently having trouble with your request. Please wait a few minutes and try again." message, here's what I discovered that works (for me & for now...).


1 - Login to "my.t-mobile.com". You will then be at "https://my.t-mobile.com/choose-account.html".
2 - Select which account to manage. The "We are currently having trouble with your request. Please wait a few minutes and try again." message shows.
3 - Go to "https://manage.my.t-mobile.com/#"
4 - The account you selected to manage in step 2 will magically appear.

Wow TMO, real hard to fix. Redirect the customer to the correct URL link....

I called support on this two weeks ago and they promised to have it fixed in 72 hours.  A week passed, I called again and it was still not resolved.  They did say it was a system wide issue and provided a ticket number.  I have 3 prepaid numbers so I may try to unlink them but if this is a change in procedure then I feel a text message should have been issued to those effected.

I am having the exact same problem for the past month or so. It's been quite troublesome to add fund to my prepaid account. Please help!

I have been trying to pay my account since 10/25 and  finally had to go to aTMobile store!  It is now 11/5 and I'm still getting "We are currently having trouble with your request.  Please wait...." and "Service F451 is not available"  Plus the Primary phone issue crap. Calling just puts you on hold forever.  I did finally get a message where TMobile called me back.  When the call came, it still said "All our agents are...."  AND they called me!!!  I have been receiving voice mails weeks ... weeks! after they were sent.  The service bars are continually low at home.  TMobile will not let me pay my bill via my online bank-pay (I won't let them automatically deduct) and now I cannot pay online on TMobile website.  TMobile is going to lose a long-term customer because this is just too bizarre. 

I only have one prepaid number.

i don’t have a twitter or facebook account and I’m not going through the hassle of creating an account on one of those platforms to get assistance to get this fixed. If T-Mobile doesn’t care enough to fix this and is ok with losing all my postpaid accounts along with my one prepaid account, that’s fine.

The customer support person did something at their end to unlink the second number from my existing account and also did something to create another login for the second number. It is NOT necessary to contact their Twitter account. Just call in to customer support (even if the wait times are long). I am not sure but I am making a logical guess here that creating separate NEW logins for each of your cell numbers, using a DIFFERENT email address for each (NOT using the one associated with your current login) should help you solve the problem WITHOUT having to contact the customer support. Worth trying I think. Hope this helps.

(Posting this as a reply because for some reason mentions don't seem to link you.)

Now that we know the issue is related to accounts with multiple prepaid phone lines in the account, is this an issue that is actively being addressed and should be corrected before people have to create multiple accounts if they manage multiple phones, or is this expected to remain broken forever? 

I do appreciate your advice above, though the above user's post was a bit more informative.  Is T-Mobile aware that it's a little odd that your own support forums have people such as yourself that are unable to actually help customers staffing the actual T-Mobile forum, but you have actual support people who apparently don't interact with the official support forum at all and instead participate in Facebook and Twitter?  Or that we have to rely on users contacting other users to contact T-Mobile staff through non-T-Mobile websites for assistance on their behalf if users don't have accounts with those third party websites, while we're all on T-Moble's own website, yet the actual support staff aren't? It's fine that you and the staff in your area aren't capable of assisting, but they need to equip you with the tools to reach out to those who can rather than just posting links to Facebook and Twitter.

Were you able to unlink your accounts yourself, or did they have to do something on their end?  I don't see a way to do it directly, but it's worth asking.

Do you still have contact with SarahEsmailka and the ability to direct her to this thread for help or advice for people that do not have Twitter accounts with which to contact her?  Or hopefully she may have the ability to contact us through this thread?  If you have any way to direct her attention here I'd much appreciate it!

I have the same problem for weeks now. If you have multiple prepaid numbers in one account, you get this error.

If you just have one number under your account it seems to work.

PROBLEM SOLVED. HERE'S HOW:

Here's how the same problem was resolved for me.

  1. I went to Twitter and sent DM to @TMobileHelp (because the support wait times were too long. Messaging on Twitter is NOT necessary to get response if you have enough patience to wait for your turn on customer support phone line)
  2. SarahEsmailka chatted with me via Twitter DMs and created a support ticket for me
  3. I called customer support. Requested a call back because the wait time was long.
  4. They called me back. I spoke with a representative. Gave him the support ticket number.
  5. I have TWO prepaid numbers that I used to manage with ONE login.
  6. Customer support asked me to separate (unlink) one of the two numbers from the login and then create a new, separate login for the unlinked number.
  7. Customer support actually helped me unlink and then create a new login. So I now have one separate login for each of the two numbers I have.
  8. PROBLEM SOLVED! I can now see all the regular options to manage my account, add funds etc.
  9. Christain at T Mobile Support was super helpful, competent and quick to help me out.

For what it's worth, I'm having (and have been having) the exact same problem...

Still having the same problem today. Neither the web nor app works.

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I'm very sorry and quite surprised you haven't been able to get a ticket filed for this with our call center reps as I'm confident they have the tools needed to do this. Since we do not have the account access here, that's why I recommended our Team of Experts or our T-Force team. We'd need you to message our T-Force folks through the Facebook or Twitter links found on the Contact Us page that I posted before. They're only available through these social channels and I know they can help whether you have a prepaid or postpaid account. I understand not having a lot of time or waiting on hold so I'm sure our T-Force folks will give you a reply back as quickly as they can. You can even link them to this thread so they have everything they need to get a ticket filed. I'm sorry we don't have the access here to help get the ticket filed but I know our T-Force folks are more than capable of getting the ball rolling on getting this resolved.

No change today, however the screen prompting to verify the "primary account holder" now shows the number that is mine rather than the secondary on the account as the one to make the primary.  However I still get the error message "Service Unavailable. Uh-oh, it looks like we have our wires crossed. Please try again later." when I do enter the SSN digits.  Which is sensible considering TMO should not have my SSN at all to begin with since these are pre-paid accounts.  Which is good considering the data breach would have compromised it if you did.

Time is ticking on this issue.   At this point we either need these "T-Force" specialists to contact us proactively as we have no way to contact them, or we have to pay a visit to AT&T and switch.....we really don't have much other option here.  This forum is our only contact point.  I remind, we can not contact the "Team of Experts" as we can not log into access the direct communications.  And the generic call center support is *not* equipped to handle this type of issue.  They can handle phone problems or account specific problems, they are unable to help with, or even understand the nature of, a general website failure. 

We are relying 100% on you, the "community managers" to get us in touch with the right elements within TMobile to resolve this.   This is the absolute only avenue of TMoble support we have available to us, and if you are unable to assist, you are telling us, essentially, that no solution exists, and that we should switch to a new carrier by the end of our monthly service.

I'm including a mention to @tmo_phillip​ who is listed as the manager for the forums here to hopefully pull his involvement here.  You are truly well the last hope we have of remaining customers at this point due to this issue.   Weeks, days, or for some people it's already too late and their service has ended as a result of TMobile's account management failure for prepaid accounts, both through the website and for the app.

At this point we need either a timeline of the account management tools restoration, or assurances that we will be automatically renewed for free while the issue is investigated, or if individual account level corrections are needed we are going to need someone from the "community management" team to put us in contact with, someone who can assist, or to generate "tickets", however waiting on "tickets" is not tremendously helpful for the people who have hours or days left before their service runs out.

Having the same problem.... have you got any ware with this yet??

Any word on this being fixed? Still the same issue this morning. I have a post paid plan and I can log in w/o an issue. On my prepaid plan for my mom, I get the error message others have had.

To be blunt, the call center is not equipped to handle issues with the website.  They very clearly don't have the information and/or training at their disposal there.  Is there a direct email contact that can be provided for a group that can deal with this?  Or can you or anyone on the community team create tickets or locate someone to contact us proactively without requiring a login?  As mentioned the "Message Us" button does not work to have a ticket opened, because that messaging option requires being logged in and selecting an account, and the inability to do that is the actual problem.  That's the trouble, you and the staff here is the only point of contact available to us at this time, outside the call center that may be fine for resolving broad account issues or changing plans, but does not have the information they need for handling a website/account management problem.

I can post on this forum using a new account I created today to post to the forum, but since it's not the account tied to a phone line, it won't let me use the "Message Us" option with this account.

Time is ticking for people with this issue and multi-hour call center nonsense and bad results only to do it again.  If someone could proactively reach out that could address this or generate a ticket that might at least get the ball rolling.  If the actual site issues are resolved, that's great, but is there a timeline on that?  Such issues usually don't span weeks.

Remember, each day that goes by without resolution, almost certainly some people here are losing phone service and/or switching carriers, through no fault of their own, and no dissatisfaction with their phone service.

Except we have been calling in, only to be told the wait time is an hour and a half to speak to prepaid - or that no one can do anything. I’ve been told by 4 different people that no one will be able to do anything. So my only option is to cancel my 4 postpaid and 2 prepaid accounts then, since T-Mobile doesn’t care to fix this egregious issue??!?

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We've been getting reports of issues happening with the sites for some folks but our engineers are working. You'll want to Community-2153​ and have one of our Team of Experts or T-Force folks file a ticket for this.

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