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Can anyone explain to me how the $830 trade in credit works when you upgrade your plan to the new 5G? Surprisingly, T Mobile can not and I still don’t know what they gave me for my trade in value but it wasn’t $830. The man in the store broke it down this way… pay taxes and fees on any phone, trade in eligible device, sign up for the New 5G rate plan and we deduct the $830 from your new phone choice. You pay the difference for 24 months. So for an iPhone 14 pro max with tax and activation paid up front, That leaves a $1099 for the phone minus 830 is 269. That is roughly $11 month for 24 months for the phone. So why is the monthly $20???
I have a similar issue with switching to T-Mobile that they are not honoring. I was told by three separate T-Mobile care specialists I would receive not only reimbursement for balance of my equipment up to 800 per line and additionally $200 per line and I have four lines…..Now after I have switched they are saying its one or the other...That's Bait and switch!! I would not have switched knowing this company operates this way!! This was a go 5g plus offer and I even questioned the offer above with my local store. They said they could not combine the two offers so I again verified with “Pedro” the customer care specialist and he said they cant but we can… I again asked if this was for sure that I would receive both promotion and he replied YES! As well as he gave me his 20 percent employee discount for as long as I stayed with T-Mobile!! Called in today and was talking with customer care specialist located in the Philippines and said they would not honor the 3 fellow customer care spec
I just attempted to purchase a prepaid eSIM via the official T-Mobile Prepaid eSIM US app, and after entering the mail address, selected plan, payment card information, I got the following error: “There is an issue completing your order…..(error 505) (cart id ...)”Now I’m stuck and don’t know:Whether the payment really went through as I’m using a company card. Whether the eSIM plan has been properly installed on my device. Whether I’d be able to activate it once I land in the US (I’ve not travelled yet but wanted to purchase ahead of travel time and activate it upon arrival).Can you help me solve this situation?Thank you.
Hello, I have been on a trip to the US and now came back to Germany. Unfortunately, cancelling my t-mobile US prepaid plan (60$ monthly) is made really really difficult, actually I am shocked cause I wonder how people who are not firm using the internet could find help. I also cannot change from autopay, I cannot find any contact email from t-mobile, but of course I dont want to make expensive phone calls to the US now just to get something cancelled that should be possible very easily.Can you please tell me what to do, as I really do not intend to pay another 60 dollars for absolutely nothing.
During my last visit in early 2022, we went straight to a T-Mobile store and bought a pre-paid SIM card to cover my mobile data use during the stay. They gave me a physical SIM and removed the PIN code requirement and that was it - it was ready to be used, however this turned out to be troublesome as I can’t seem to reactivate my prepaid card for my upcoming visit next month, as it requires SIM information I’m unable to provide. I still have the chip, but that’s about it..Is there anyway I can remotely activate my SIM card that I still have from my previous visit, or do I need to visit a T-Mobile store once more to purchase a new SIM card?Much appreciated! :) PS: I’m unable to call T-Mobile directly, so I’m a bit lost to be fair
I am a foreigner. I will travel to US in September. I plan to buy a T-mobile prepaid sim card. I see all prepaid plans are monthly plans. Can I ask the store staff only open a month for me? Or it has to be an auto renew monthly plan and I can only cancel it myself at the end of the first month? Or can I suspend the number without any fee and re-activate the number when I travel back to US in the future?
So i bought a new phone and a new Telekom sim card but i still have my old prepaid sim card that i want to cancel /deactivate .i dont your it anymore but i still have to pay for it.Is there any way to transfer the prepaidment to my new sim card .Or just simply cancel my old sim card so i dont have to pay for it
Boy oh boy has it been a ride since T-Mobile bought out Sprint. First, we used to have fabulous service in our home (in the middle of nowhere) but the minute everything switched from Sprint to T-Mobile our service tanked. We now have to go outside or sit in exactly the right place to have any service inside. I’ve asked about it multiple times and they swear nothing has changed but clearly it has. Anyone else having this issue? Second, where on earth is the chat option? This is definitely my preferred communication method but it seems to rarely be available. I’m not sure why since often questions regarding cell phone accounts are pressing and need an answer quickly but I hardly ever have the chat option pop up. And last but not least, whew. We were definitely unprepared for the drop in customer service since the changeover. We’ve had Sprint/T-Mobile since 2006 and were, in general, pretty happy. We always had great customer service with Sprint. But with T-Mobile? Nope. Long story short,
Hello we are going on a trip to the united states next month we want to order an unlimited prepay esim on your site but is it possible to activate it 1 day before departure from france.How does the activation of the esim work from a foreign country.Because it is more advantageous to take directly on your site than to take operator specialized in tourism which uses your networks but which charges much more for less service
Hello. We are worried about why my son received a text today to refill his account, instead of a text that autopay was going to refill. He and I both have the same refill date. My text was: "Your T-Mobile AutoPay is scheduled to make a refill payment of $25 on 08/15/2023." His was : "T-Mobile: Reminder: Please refill your plan by 08/14 to ensure continued wireless service at t-mo.co/refill24 or call us at 611. Please disregard if you've already paid for next month's service." His autopay is set up and shows as enrolled. I asked t-force on Facebook, and they said they see it set up and believe it will still go through tomorrow. But they didn’t know why he received that text. We have been dealing with a ticket for months to resolve why he wasn’t receiving any texts at all about autopay, and I’m worried they did something that caused this. There is also an alert when he logs in saying "Your payment is due. Please add service to your account now for uninterrupted service." when i log into
Just got T-Mobile home internet and set up My T-Mobile account. Want to purchase prepaid sims for our unlocked iPhones but when I try to shop through my account it will only offer unlimited plans. Don’t need 5G or unlimited data on our phones and their 6GB a month plan would work for us but I’m unable to buy it online...whats the deal with this?
Anyone know the secret to get the T-mobile AAA Year on Us” promotion (one year AAA membership free) to work? I have Magenta 55+, so appear to be eligible for the offer. I used the link provided https://promotions.t-mobile.com/thanks but clicking on it simply generated for me an error message “code invalid” (see below). A call to the T-mobile number provided took me to their call center (Philippines) but the nice person there had no clue how to fix the problem, beyond texting me a link that when clicked generated the same error message. Frustrating!
On 4/27/23 I went to https://promotions.t-mobile.com/ to redeem a $250 Virtual Prepaid Mastercard.A few hours ago I found Welcome to T-Mobile paper I saved and a link to 2 emails I received from T-Mobile.One shows a submission date of 5/6/23 and a tracking #other shows a tracking ID and a pin # dated 4/19/2023Days between 4/27/23 and today 08/09/2023 is fast approaching 4 months.Where is redemption?
Sales representative gave me wrong information and made me switch from AT&T and now I am stuck with t-mobile for 2 years contact, the company that gave me wrong information to sign contract. I am so unhappy with t-mobile , how can such a big company have these sales people who are giving wrong information to the customers over the phones and giving all the misinformation so that consumers switch over with t-mobile. I feel like I got scammed by t-mobile and now I am stuck with them for 2 years. I will never buy t-mobile again in my life, very disappointed and unhappy. Please someone send me number to corporate, Member services or someone where I officially complain about this, so that it doesn’t happen to anybody else. Thanks
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