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How Can I Setup My T-Mobile ID for My Home Internet Account...???



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I have a similar problem. I have a legacy Pay As You Go account which I use for 2FA only. I’ve had the account for years.  Once a year I purchase a phone minutes card and load it with whatever amount required to maintain 100 minutes.  Last week I purchased the T-Mobile 5G Home Internet which is working just fine.  My issue is establishing a second account for this product.  I have all the required numbers, account, PIN, subscriber and phone. Every time I try the setup a new ID their system responds with, I already have an ID. Their system is trying to place this product into an account that has a different account number.

I was fortunate enough to speak with a tech rep at the who toke the time to duplicate what I experienced and confirmed after hours of trying that the issue requires an engineering solution.  She created a ticket # 58752623, documented the issue and submitted to the engineering support group; that was three business days ago.  She did say it would take 3 to 5 business days to resolve and she would get back to me.

Yesterday I received my first bill by gateway tower message, no email; that was a surprise along with an included a $1.16 fee on my billed amount.  I’ll wait the 2 more business days for them to resolve my account ID issue; if they don’t, I’ll request an RMA for the hardware and end this.

Refer to my post noted above; inability to create a T-Mobile ID is resolved thanks to a female super-tech based in the Philippines  It may be a solution for others. Although other techs I spoke to did not resolve issue, they made an outstanding effort to do so.

My brief experiences with the gateway setup/performance and technical support is quite positive.

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Here is what I get when I try to login to my account for the last 8 months  

 

 

F451 Service etc is the exact message I got when I keyed my gateway phone number into the link field.

As I mentioned in my post today, the tech “TOGGLED THE HARD LOCK SET” and that resolved my issue. After she performed that action, I keyed in my phone number into the link field and I’m into my account. It MAY be a solution for you. Find a tech that understands what her action involved and you MAY have a fix.

 

I just tried this, but apparently I was already enrolled in e-billing, so that doesn’t seem to be the underlying problem. Thanks for the tip, though. Anyone else got any other ideas to get past the “Service unavailable F451: Uh-oh, it looks like we have our wires crossed.  Please try again later.” error message?

Finally got my issue fixed and have a fully working ID. Basically, home internet tech support opened a ticket for me and handled the ticket by deleting the ID that I created for the forum when I was trying to find a workaround for the fact that my email wasn’t being recognized when I tried to create an ID the other ways. When I called tech support today to check the status of my ticket, they were able to quickly create a new ID for me from scratch with no issues. My advice to anyone running into the “email not recognized” error message when you try to create an ID: Don’t create an ID for the forum and don’t call 800-937-8997. Call 844-275-9310 and have tech support create the ID for you.

Just in case this helps anyone else….

 

I am a SMALL BUSINESS INTERNET user. Same technology, and I wasted about 3 hours with customer service trying to get the Tmobile ID figured out… they really have no clue.

 

This may not help all (or specifically the home internet users), but I found this thread while I was searching for answers, so I figured there will be other business users that come here…

 

Customer service is giving business users the wrong information. Go to tfb.tmobile.com/signup NOT the usual tmobile.com/isp that they try to send you to. Enter your email that you provided for order and your business tax ID number. create an admin account - and your golden.

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F451 Service etc is the exact message I got when I keyed my gateway phone number into the link field.

As I mentioned in my post today, the tech “TOGGLED THE HARD LOCK SET” and that resolved my issue. After she performed that action, I keyed in my phone number into the link field and I’m into my account. It MAY be a solution for you. Find a tech that understands what her action involved and you MAY have a fix.

 

Worked perfect,, thank you

Hello I hope someone else finds this useful. It’s Feb 2022 for me and the solution is that you have to wait until your equipment gets shipped out and starts heading to your house. After that you will receive an email so make sure you keep up with their emails. In this email they’ll tell you it’s coming and that you can now officially set up the T mobile ID. You will then download the app. Copy and paste the number they gave you (this is the number for your WiFi btw) and make your account so you can make payments, do autopay, and sign up for your first free month and Paramount Plus etc. Hope this helps because I was freaking out myself trying to figure things out, ALSO IF YOU HAVE ANY SET UP PROBLEMS THERE ARE PLENTY OF HELPFUL VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE AS WELL AS REVIEW VIDEOS FOR ANY STREAMERS, GAMERS, FAMILIES, OR STAY AT HOME WORKERS. 

Ok I figured it out - in order to sign in to your account on the main page, you have to enter the credentials that are printed on the bar code sticker on the bottom of your T-Mobile Home Internet Gateway/Router; for me, the username was ‘admin’, and the password was a bunch of random letters and numbers. 

Therefore, you do NOT need to create a new account of some sort; you simply use the pre-existing admin account whose credentials are printed on the bottom of your device.

 

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