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  • 7 January 2022
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Spent hours yesterday in 3 different departments trying to set up “T-Mobile ID” so I could log in and see the bill, which the original salesperson lied about. Somehow, through this forum, finally tried setup on a slightly different page where the phone number was optional and it seemed to work. I even got an email to that effect. Now I apparently can log in to T-Mobile, but when I try to actually do anything related to my account, such as viewing my bill, I am asked to enter my phone number for verification. Then it repeatedly asks me to check that I entered correctly and I get nowhere. Apparently it still wants a T-Mobile number and I only have home internet service.


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Spent hours yesterday in 3 different departments trying to set up “T-Mobile ID” so I could log in and see the bill, which the original salesperson lied about. Somehow, through this forum, finally tried setup on a slightly different page where the phone number was optional and it seemed to work. I even got an email to that effect. Now I apparently can log in to T-Mobile, but when I try to actually do anything related to my account, such as viewing my bill, I am asked to enter my phone number for verification. Then it repeatedly asks me to check that I entered correctly and I get nowhere. Apparently it still wants a T-Mobile number and I only have home internet service.

 

 

This is the EXACT same problem I have that has been going on for the past year and no fix. They are blaming it on that I didn’t have a T-mobile phone number before I got my trashcan. They said they promised over and over it would be fixed within the month, THEY LIED!  NEVER GOT FIXED and to this day it’s still doing the same thing. To circumvent this problem they just send me my paper bill and since Im signed up for auto pay I don’t have to access the account. This it T-MOBILES way of FIXING something.. TERRIBLE! I feel for you but until they do something we screwed!  If they do fix it for you I would love to hear how please..

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I called 844 275-9310. To my surprise, the person I talked with was able to quickly set up my account so that I could log in without a verification code sent to a T-Mobile number. I have logged into My T-Mobile and viewed my billing and account information. She said that, in the future, I shouldn't be asked for a T-Mobile number again. 

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I called 844 275-9310. To my surprise, the person I talked with was able to quickly set up my account so that I could log in without a verification code sent to a T-Mobile number. I have logged into My T-Mobile and viewed my billing and account information. She said that, in the future, I shouldn't be asked for a T-Mobile number again. 

Wow ..Ok I will give it a try  thank you

I called 844 275-9310. To my surprise, the person I talked with was able to quickly set up my account so that I could log in without a verification code sent to a T-Mobile number. I have logged into My T-Mobile and viewed my billing and account information. She said that, in the future, I shouldn't be asked for a T-Mobile number again. 

Wow ..Ok I will give it a try  thank you

Any success? I’ve spoken with three different people, each of whom said they needed to send the case to the engineers and that they’d call me back the next day, with no call back happening. Guessing it depends on who answers the phone but curious if those who’ve had success with this have anything specific to share from the phone interaction that can help those of us still not able to access

Calling the number was the way to go. I explained the issue regarding being unable to make an account because I am only a 5g home internet user and that it is a widespread problem. Then told her someone on the official forums stated the only way is to call this number and have them set up an account.

The rep who answered was able to set up my account in five minutes after a few verification questions like number and pin. Thanks! 

This only works if you already have a pin. Where did you get the pin from?

I called 844 275-9310. To my surprise, the person I talked with was able to quickly set up my account so that I could log in without a verification code sent to a T-Mobile number. I have logged into My T-Mobile and viewed my billing and account information. She said that, in the future, I shouldn't be asked for a T-Mobile number again. 

I tried this, and the woman who answered tried to set up my account, but she *also* got an error code. She created a ticket and claimed IT will work on it in 1-2 business days. Beyond frustrating. Anyone got any other tips?

Still not able to get this to work. This is terrible and widespread from T-mobile.

I have a similar problem. I have a legacy Pay As You Good 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 purchase 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 844-275-9310 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.

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