Make your billing experience as easy as possible - review the details below to help you understand your bill. For an easier mobile experience, download and use the T-Mobile app or click the button below to sign into your account and pay your bill.
If this is your first T-Mobile bill, the amount owed may be different than what you expect due to prorated charges.
Most accounts are billed for services at the beginning of the bill cycle with a due date within that same cycle. Your bill includes a detailed breakdown of any additional one-time charges, usage, or services in the last bill cycle as well as taxes, credits, Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) or Extended Payment Schedule.
Older accounts may be billed for services after the bill cycle is closed. Any new plan and service charges in the current cycle will appear on the next bill.
Delayed bills or charges
Account changes, like activating a new line, transferring a line to your account, deals, or other changes can temporarily impact your bill. Verify that your address on file is correct.
There may be times when you aren't charged for service until after one or two bill cycles. This is common if you were roaming on another network. Before T-Mobile can bill you, the other service provider must supply us with the call records, which is typically sent the following bill cycle.
Delayed charges can also result from cycle changes, delayed activation, phone number changes, or SIM card and equipment changes.
Save trees, give your mail carrier a little break, and reduce paper cuts by signing up for paperless billing! Cancel at any time if needed.
If you've registered on My T-Mobile and have a valid email address, click the button below to manage paperless billing settings online or in the T-Mobile app. You must be the Primary Account Holder (PAH) to get started.
If you've registered on My T-Mobile, click the button below to view or print your T-Mobile bill (up to 18 months) online or in the T-Mobile app. Be sure to log in as the Primary Account Holder (PAH).
Have a business account with 21+ lines?
- Under My bill, click View my bill.
- Under Previous Bills, find the bill that you want and click Print.
Expecting your final bill?
We're always sad to lose a valued customer, but we don't want you walking away without knowing what to expect from us. To get the most out of your service, we recommend waiting until the end of your current billing cycle to cancel. After canceling your service you will receive a final bill from T-Mobile.
- All total remaining charges will be added to the final bill, including any EIP and early termination fees (if applicable).
- Got a Signal Booster or LTE Mini Tower? We'll mail you a kit to return it upon canceling your account. A non-return fee is added to the final bill if not returned.
- Recurring corporate discounts are not applied to the final bill.
- Paid deposits are applied to your account balance. Remaining credit on your account after 30 days of your final bill are automatically refunded.
If you resume service with T-Mobile within 90 days of canceling, you might be able to avoid an activation fee or credit check. If you paid an early termination fee, it will also be credited back to your account.
Experiencing a bankruptcy?
Please contact us to report a bankruptcy and have these items handy:
- T-Mobile account billing name
- T-Mobile account number
- Bankruptcy case number
- Name bankruptcy was filed under
- State bankruptcy was filed in
Don't have a bankruptcy case number? Mail us your bankruptcy documents. Make sure to include your T-Mobile account number, Social Security number, or Tax ID number on all documents mailed. Allow 10 business days for processing.
T-Mobile USA, Inc.
PO BOX 53410
Bellevue, WA 98015-3410
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