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Hello. I apologize if this question has already been asked and answered--I just couldn’t find a satisfactory answer through a quick search or when calling T-Mobile customer service.I just signed up for a $10 Connect prepaid plan with 1GB of data. On the usage details (under data), I see both categories called “whitelisted” and “data” under category for the service of internet access (a copy of the usage detail is attached).Can anyone give me an easy to understand explanation of why there is two categories of “whitelisted” and “data,” both of which really reduces the overall data anyway?One site (https://techshift.net/what-is-t-mobile-whitelist-and-regular-usage/) seems to indicate that “whitelisted” “doesn’t count towards a plan’s data bucket.” I’m not sure what that really means or if it is even accurate since there aren’t many similar explanations that I could find.Any assistance would be appreciated.
Hello, I have a prepaid T-Mobile Connect plan and I’m not able to view how much Data I’ve used on my iPhone 13...under Settings-→ Cellular Data there is supposed to be an option to view ‘This Billing Period’ and/or ‘Last Billing Period’ but those options are not there for meUnder Settings→ Cellular Data all I can see is ‘System Services’ which shows the various apps and how much data they use...I can view my Data usage if I log into my T-Mobile online account but I would like to be able to also view that on my phone
Is there a pay as you go plan of t mobile while I am in the us. I dont use the t mob internet nor its calling or texting much, mostly rely on wifi. Is there a plan, so that my number remains active and I can continue to receive text and calls, but dont have to pay for a full prepaid plan?
Hello! I have the physical t-mobile SIM and I want to transfer phone number to my eSIM account / to convert it into eSIM. At the moment I have two tmobile accounts and numbers, is it possible to merge em? (both accounts are prepaid)I talked to the tech support - and every time I called I had a different information:1st time i was told that in 24hrs everything would be done smoothly (nothing happened so I called again)2d time I was told that T-Mobile doesn't support a feature to transfer the physical sim into the eSIM (when both numbers are tmobile numbers)before the first call I tried to reach a text support online - they also didn't resolve any questions and just said that tmobile doesnt fully support eSIM.What is the truth here? Is it really not possible? Also an extra eSIM question - if I want to use the same eSIM on a different phone, how to achieve it? Or it is impossible now to perform any kind of eSIM transfers?Thanks for understanding.
I just finished a holiday in Hawaii and got a T-Mobile prepaid plan. I am home in Canada now.Does anyone know if I can reuse this sim card in another year from?I will be going back to Hawaii and it would make it much easier if I could just reuse the sim and join in the same plan that I just had.Any information would be helpful.Thanks
I decided to switch from straight talk to T-Mobile prepaid. I paid for a month of service and received a Sim card. I wanted to port port my number from the previous service and T-Mobile said they could. The new sim can make a call but not receive one. Can use data just fine. Cannot send or receive texts or MMS unless it's from T-Mobile. This morning I got a T-Mobile text saying there was a problem porting my number and that they'd call me, however this Sim cannot receive calls. What do I do? I called them and they said they would port it and that my issue was that the PIN I gave them was incorrect. They asked for the correct PIN, but I NEVER made a PIN or provided one. This whole thing is a mess and every call goes exactly the same.
Currently have a simply prepaid plan with T-mobile that I am very happy with. It uses an old fashioned SIM card. Looking to buy a new apple phone and use the eSim technology. It looks like my plan is offered on eSim. Question is - can I keep my existing number? I know you can port an existing number but this is essentially porting from T-mobile to t-mobile. Want to be sure before I drop $700. Has anyone done this and if so how?
Hi, I live overseas and I use my prepaid T-Mobile sim card & number for when I come to work / visit the US. I have not been to the US in a few months now and it looks like my number has been deactivated. Is there any way I can get assigned a new number without having to go into a t-mobile store?
Please help me with a number porting that T-Mobile has not been able to complete even though I've called them over 5x in about 12 days, including two phone calls where both T-Mobile Pre-Paid number porting team and Spectrum customer service were on the call together with me.History:1. Got a T-Mobile prepaid SIM and activated it on a iPhone2. Registered a T-Mobile online account using that information3. Submitted a number porting request using the online tool: - Provided the Spectrum account number which had the format of 202-XXXXXXXXX-001 (202-<nine digit number>-001) - Provided the four digit account PIN that appeared on my Spectrum billing statement - Provided the phone number of the landline currently being provided by Spectrum/TWC4. Called a few days later since no text messages were received on my T-Mobile prepaid account - The temporary number was assigned by the in-store salesman when I purchased the pre-paid SIM - Was transferred to the numb
Where in my simply prepaid T-Mobile cell phone documentation is my Pin Number? I reset the cell phone (Samsung G360T Core Prime) and now the T-Mobile App is asking for either my Password for the cell phone number or my Pin Number if I forgot the Password. I didn't know I had a password or a pin number.
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