T-Mobile has different types of Pay in Advance (Prepaid) plans to fit your needs.
Monthly rate plans provide 30 days of service, and there's no monthly billing cycle. Your plan automatically renews if funds are available in your account balance to cover both the rate plan price and the cost of any features. Plus, you'll get free text messages to keep you informed of your account status. The plan includes caller ID, call waiting, and Web Guard.
Check out T-Mobile Prepaid Plans to learn about current offers. Looking to add a service? Read about Prepaid additional services.
Here's a simple way to stay connected: Pay As You Go! This is perfect if you only make a small number of calls or texts each month. The plan includes caller ID, call waiting, and Web Guard.
If you switch to the current Pay As You Go plan, you won't be able to switch back to the old Pay As You Go—Legacy plan.
Differences between old and current plans:
Pay As You Go(If you sign up today)
Pay As You Go—Legacy
(If you signed up before August 17, 2014)
Pay By the Day rate plans are perfect if you only use your phone from time to time. You're only charged on days you use your phone. The plan includes caller ID, call waiting, and Web Guard.
Pay in Advance Mobile Internet service allows you to use devices such as laptop sticks, tablets, and mobile HotSpot devices to access data with prepaid service.
Pay in Advance Mobile Internet provides an affordable service for low or occasional use if you're concerned about wanting a credit check. Because this is intended for occasional on-the-go data connections, this service is not recommended as a broadband replacement for home computers.
You can purchase On Demand data passes for 1-day, 7-day, or 30-day increments. Or, you can set up a recurring Monthly Data Pass, with speeds between 500 MB and 13 GB. For more information, read about T-Mobile's Pay In Advance Mobile Internet plans. Domestic roaming, international roaming, and tethering are not available with Pay in Advance Mobile Internet data passes.
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