Payment options

Learn about the ways you can pay your T-Mobile bill. If you're ready to pay your bill online now, log in to My T-Mobile. Otherwise, you can find out information below on other ways you can pay your bill.

 

 

Automatic payments

EasyPay is a service that allows you to set up automatic monthly payments using an electronic check, ATM card, debit card, or credit card. Find out how to sign up for EasyPay.

 

 

Pay online

  • To make a payment online using an electronic check, debit card, or credit card, see Pay your bill online. My T-Mobile does not accept credit cards with an international ZIP code.
    • To make a payment online using your bank's bill payer site, use the address on your remittance slip if your bank doesn't automatically recognize T-Mobile as a payee.

     

     

    Pay at a T-Mobile store

    To make a payment at a T-Mobile store, use the Store Locator to find the location closest to you.

     

     

    Mail in a payment

    To mail your payment, send your check or money order to the address closest to you:

     

    T-Mobile

    PO Box 51843

    Los Angeles, CA 90051-6143

    T-Mobile

    PO Box 660252

    Dallas, TX 75266-0252

    T-Mobile

    PO Box 790047

    St. Louis, MO 63179-0047

    T-Mobile

    PO Box 742596

    Cincinnati, OH 45274-2596

     

     

    Pay over the phone

    You can make a payment through our automated phone system, or by contacting a Customer Service representatives. To make a payment this way, you need to be the person responsible for paying the bill or an authorized user. Just dial 611 from your T-Mobile phone or call 1-877-746-0909.

     

    There's no additional charge if you make a payment using our automated phone system, which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

     

    You can also make a payment with one of our Customer Service representatives who are available 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., 7 days a week. All payments made with a rep will have a $5 processing fee that will appear on your next bill.

     

     

    Final payments

    You can pay your last payment by mail, over the phone, or at a retail location.

     

     

    Payment arrangements

    If you're having trouble making a payment, read about how to set up a payment arrangement.

     

     

    Schedule a payment

    We want to help you plan ahead by offering you the chance to schedule a payment on or before your due date.

     

     

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