On Demand Data Passes

    On Demand Data Passes let you temporarily add high-speed data by the day or week, whenever you need it to supplement your free data or to top-up a recurring data plan. For pricing information, visit T-Mobile.com.


    You can add a data pass for a number of reasons, including:


    • You're experiencing reduced data speeds after reaching your data allotment
    • You're roaming domestically and want additional domestic roaming data
    • You're roaming internationally and you want a higher data speed



    Find the pass that fits your needs

    Additional passes can be purchased as needed once a purchased pass expires.


    • International Roaming: This pass is perfect if you're traveling. You'll get access to high-speed data while you're traveling internationally in more than 100 countries.
    • Smartphone Mobile Hotspot: If you use tethering a lot, this pass is for you. Provides up to 1 GB of high-speed Smartphone Mobile HotSpot service for one week, sharing your device’s full-speed data connection with up to five Wi-Fi-capable devices.
    • Domestic Data: This pass is perfect if you need a bit more high-speed data to get through the month.



    How to add an On Demand Data Pass


    1. Log in to My T-Mobile using your T-Mobile ID and password.
    2. Click PLAN at the top of the page.
    3. If you have more than one line on your account, you might need to click the plus + sign next to the device you want to add the data pass to.
    4. On the line you want to add the data pass, look for
      "Stay connected to the web with additional high-speed data. Add a data pass"
      and click Add a data pass.
    5. Select the data pass you want to add. You can click the plus + sign next to each data pass to find out more information.
    6. Click NEXT.
    7. Select a data pass date, and click CONFIRM.


    Data passes are billed in the bill cycle in which they become effective. If a data pass starts in one bill cycle and ends in the next bill cycle, usage will appear on both bills. In this case, you may see usage for one data pass in two bill cycles. Once a data pass becomes effective, the full charge will remain on the bill.