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Explore the plans and features available for T-Mobile Internet and what services are available
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I went to 18th ave in Brooklyn, NY to switch plans from Att to T-Mobile. I had 4 lines and wanted new phones. It was quite complicated. The staff there Lewis Fields was extremely helpful and patient. He literally spent like 4-5 with me. Explained all the perks that were available. I have to write this review and express my gratitude!!! Turns out this man speaks 3 languages. Many of the customers that day were looking for him. I am so glad he was my salesperson that day. I will definitely refer my friends and family here. Thank you Lewis!!! T-Mobile please give this man a BIG RAISE. He absolutely deserves it !!!
I am soon coming to the USA, to California, on a student visa (from Europe) and I am looking into buying a T-Mobile sim card but maybe also a new phone. I saw there are deals for $35 a month (for 2 years) for an Iphone 14. Does that price include the dataplan? I haven’t been able to find the various plans. Here in the Netherlands I have a T-Mobile plan which includes unlimited data and 120 minutes phone and 120 sms. Is there something similar in the USA and my last question, is it possible to have an E-Sim so that I can have it installed before landing. Thanking you all for your help!
Home internet service IPv6 traffic is all filtered even when using a Netgear LTE router. No port forwarding. Plz fix!
My background is in IT / networking and I started using Tmo Home Internet for the past 2 weeks. The router being shipped today to customers is missing very important features for power users - it actually broke my ability to remotely access my home via direct-connection using public IPv6 and IPv4 that I used on comcast. Contacting support for help is pretty much useless, although I have raised a few tickets regarding the major issues affecting me since switching ISPs, namely:Unable to ping my IPv6 WAN address given by T-mobile (to remotely monitor my internet connection) Unable to remotely access my home via my VPN server which listens to connections on the WAN IPv6 address (again, T-mobile is filtering ALL my incoming traffic - comcast, att fiber, other major players in the market don’t do this filtering to endpoints except for spam port 25) Connecting to a VPN server hosted on the internet is unreliable and unstable. T-mobile does not offer IPv6 Prefix Delegation (comcast has it, att
I made the switch from Comcast to T-Mobile about 5 months ago and the internet service itself has been consistently good. Very few drops or spotty connections.However, the issues around strict NAT Type, inability to set static IP addresses, and the lack of UPnP features creates an environment in which online gaming is so inconsistent I don't know why I even bother trying. You can go back so far in the forums and see people complaining about this and we haven't even got a tiny bit of information in terms of them addressing the issue. On top of that, support seems to have no idea what the actual issue is and they keep giving me the same run around.Genuinely hope this is actually being worked on, because it certainly seems like it's not.
T-mobile bricked my home internet gateway, then UPS lost the return, now T-mobile is charging me $236 for it
I was one of the 34,000 Tmobile home internet customers who had their Gateways bricked by an over the air update. I did nothing to bring this upon myself, 100% T-mobile’s fault. I followed T-mobile’s instructions. I was without home internet for several days and when the replacement gateway arrived, I packed it up and used the label they sent me to send it back. I have a UPS shipping receipt that proves I shipped the gateway back. UPS appears to have lost the return and now I’ve been charged $236 by T-mobile. This is incredibly frustrating. I called customer support and spent a lot of time arguing with someone who claimed I wasn’t being charged even though I can clearly see on my account where I have been charged. Was basically given a run around and assured the charge would not go through. Of course a few days later it did. It adds insult to injury when this entire problem is 100% T-mobile’s fault and I followed their directions exactly. The audacity of them to charge me $236
Hello: Yup, it’s only $5.00 a month T-Mobile is going to raise your bill if you continue to use a Credit Card. I don’t care if it was $1.00 a month. I contracted with T-Mobile to get the $5.00 reduced rate using my Credit Card and I expect them to abide by the contract for the 2 year period. I wrote my protest letter and mailed it off, waiting for a response. I’m like some other people. You never want to give a company access to your debit account or checking account. The credit card gives you 100% protection!!! And I definitely don’t want another kind of money account named T-Mobile Money. A contract is a contract!!!
Is it possible for me to get one or more static IP addresses if i sign up for either T-Moble home internet or T-Mobile busness internet?Ideally, I need 2 or 3 static IP addresses.Also, if I move to a different location where T-Mobile home or business internet is offered, would I get to keep the same static IP addresses?Thank you very much.
I am unable to bill my Bill Details for the last 2 weeks, I was able to see it always on the Sprint Page. Now that I must use T Mobile page, it states information not available. I must have the breakdown for all the lines on my account. When will this be available. Very unhappy.
Ok sorry if it's long. On around the middle of Feb. My samsung s22 wouldn't charge the screen was blinking in an out then trying to get it to charge i dropped it and the corner of it cracked and honestly not that bad but to get it fixed at these fixa phone places they wanted 3-400 dollars so i paid for insurance why not use it. I sent 99 dollars to the insurance claim and i did not hear anything fir a while and finally I called Tmobile customer service . I don't remember names I have stage 4 cancer. Anyway she called insurance company so they wanted my id which had expired not long ago i told them everything on it was the same and because im so sick i couldn't get up there to get another 1 plys my appointment is coming up around the end of july. Her and her supervisor said they have never heard of that and they would call me back. I got nothing. I call back explain everything .How it's been a month and nothing I need my phone cuz of my Dr. Appointments amongst other things and how
I just got T-Mobile home internet yesterday! And so far it’s been excellent! We were getting speeds close to 400 mbs. Today that speed dropped to about 120 mbs. Is this a congestion thing? Or is something wrong? My signal is 5 bars, and excellent status. My previous ISP was 6 mbs so I’m not complaining by any means! I just don’t want anything to be wrong! Thanks so much for any information
I have had internet problems for the last few weeks, and I was recently told the tower next to router is down without any estimate on when it will be back up and all traffic is being diverted to a further away tower, which is causing the disconnects. This was not communicated, probably to avoid losing customers. What is the recourse for this situation?
When I signed up for T-Mobile internet last year, probably 6 months ago, I was promised 2 promos--a one year free subscription to Paramount Plus and a virtual credit card of $100. To date, May 29, I have received none of these. I thought it was too good to be true and it was. This is a pretty poor way to treat a customer. Not to mention that the service is spotty and inconsistent at best. T-Mobile looks a lot like Xfinity. Unfortunately T-Mobil and Xfinity are the only two providers in town. So, when you think T-Mobile think SCAMMERS!
I recently tried a trial subscription of Hulu + Live TV through my T-Mobile Home Internet Service. It won't work due to their security measures. I signed in using my laptop and that worked fine. I managed my account and added my Samsung TV. Went to my TV to activate it and I got an error message. Chatted with tech support and they said my IP address for the TV was in the wrong zip code area. My IP is likely generated from a router in Somerville, MA whereas I live in Wells, ME.The laptop works because they expect a laptop to move around but they can't buy that my TV in Wells has a Somerville IP address. Tech offered no work around other than to cast it to my TV.Just an observation in case anyone is contemplating the Hulu + Live TV service, it may not work.
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