Cancel T-Mobile Quickly and Without Hassle
With 98 million subscribers, T-Mobile is one of the biggest mobile telecommunications operators in the U.S. They offer mobile and wireless plans, devices, and other services to their users.
Use DoNotPay to Cancel Your T-Mobile Subscription
Canceling T-Mobile can take a while. Don’t waste time on the phone or waiting for cancelation and use DoNotPay instead. We can find and cancel your account in minutes, saving you time and frustration. Access the app in your . To cancel your account, all you have to do is:
- Log in to DoNotPay
- Go to Find Hidden Money
- Tell us which service you want canceled
Your account will be promptly canceled. You can even connect DoNotPay to your bank account or email, making it easier to detect active subscriptions. You can then choose which subscriptions you want to have removed. You will be notified when your account is canceled.
Talk to a Representative to Cancel T-Mobile
If you find T-Mobile coverage to be lackluster or you’ve got your eyes on a competitor, canceling is your best bet. You can cancel your account in a few ways.
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Call Customer Support to Cancel T-Mobile
You have to call General Customer Care & Technical Support to cancel your account or individual lines.
- Dial 1-800-937-8997 (or 611 from a T-Mobile phone)
- Request that they cancel your account
You will be connected with a representative who will process your cancelation request. They’ll ask you a few questions to confirm your identity and then cancel your account.
Go to a T-Mobile Store and Cancel
It’s possible to cancel your account by going to a store and speaking with a representative. In most cases, they will avoid doing it and instead suggest calling the technical support line. Use DoNotPay to avoid having to make a phone call or canceling in-person.
Write an Email to Cancel Your Account
You can use the T-Mobile customer care email to send a request for a cancelation. Here’s how you do it:
- Write an email requesting that you want to cancel your account
- Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wait for their response
Find an Alternative to T-Mobile After Canceling
Once you’ve canceled your T-Mobile account, you will want to find an alternative. Many carriers offer similar prices, but their benefits differ. Consider a few popular alternatives before you make your decision.
Flexible for 3— $17/month per person + $10/GB for data
Unlimited for 3— $50 each, unlimited plan
Does T-Mobile Offer Prorated Refunds After Cancelation?
No. You should cancel near the end of the month if you don’t plan on using the service for much longer.
Can You Pause Your T-Mobile Account Instead of Canceling?
If you want to temporarily stop using T-Mobile, you can always suspend your account. You have to be the primary account holder to do this. T-Mobile allows you to suspend your account if:
- You’ve lost your device
- You don’t plan to use the device for a while
- You’re in active military service
You can also voluntarily pause your account twice a year for 90 consecutive days. If you have multiple lines in your account, you can suspend just one or more than one while keeping the other ones active. While suspended, your account will be billed $10 per bill cycle per line
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