How can I get out of my TMobile contract?

How can I get out of my TMobile contract?

Cancellation guidelines

  1. Online at (you’ll need your account number ā€“ located at the top right corner of your bill)
  2. T-Mobile store.
  3. Mail (Address details are on the Pay your T-Mobile bill page)
  4. Call 1-877-453-1304.

How do I submit my T-Mobile reimbursement?

  1. Step 1: Capture a screenshot of your current device payment plan balance.
  2. Step 2: Confirm your device is eligible and compatible.
  3. Step 3: Confirm your device is unlocked with your current carrier.
  4. Step 4: Bring your number over to T-Mobile.
  5. Step 5: Submit your reimbursement request.

Can I switch carriers if I still owe on my phone?

If you still owe on your phone, you’ll need to pay it off before you can go from one cell provider to another. You also want to make sure you will not have any termination fees. In some cases, your new carrier will cover these as part of a deal, but you’ll want to check with both you old and new carrier to find out.

Do phone companies still buy out contracts?

Most major carriers have eliminated the 2-year contract for consumers, so early termination fees (ETF) are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Depending on when you got your last phone, however, you could still be subject to an ETF of up to a couple hundred dollars.

Can I remove a line from my T-Mobile family plan?

If you need to remove a line from your account, you’ll want to Community-2153 and speak with our Customer Care team. They’ll have access to your account and can make the changes needed to take that line off of your plan.

How much does it cost to break a contract with T-Mobile?

Get a new phone and we’ll pay off your current phone and service contracts ā€“ up to $650 per line or $350 in early termination fees, via virtual prepaid card and trade-in credit.

What cell phone carriers will Buyout your contract?

T-Mobile and Verizon are now willing to pay your early termination fee or part of your remaining phone payment balance when you switch networks (check each provider’s website for details).

Can I switch from Verizon to T-Mobile and keep my number?

Yes, it is possible to keep the number you already have from another wireless or landline carrier. First, check if your existing number is eligible for transfer to T-Mobile. If it is, simply follow the on-screen instructions displayed during check-out to authorize the transfer. We’ll do the rest.

Will T Mobile buy out contract?

T-Mobile will buy out your payment plan or lease if you switch. The carrier is also guaranteeing that prices won’t increase for customers on existing plans — even if you’re on a promotional program.

Does T Mobile require contract?

If you buy a phone from T-Mobile and pay for it up front in full, you do not need to sign a contract. If you open a T-Mobile account and bring your own phone, you do not need to sign a contract. In any other case, you need to sign a contract.

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Does T Mobile have contracts?

T-Mobile does not do contracts. You only pay per month for your plan. Device payments would be extra and if financed, would require a 24 month payment agreement, unless paid in full or paid off early.