Can I change my current due date to a later time?


    I want to change my due date 6 days later the the current posted date. I am on the prepaid plan.

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      • gramps28

        You can with post paid plans but as far as I know if the funds aren't in a prepaid account by the due date

        then service will stop until you add funds then you will have a new due date.


        I have a prepaid plan through another provider and that's how it works with them.

        • magenta9384419

          Did you solve your problem?

          • gramps28

            According to Tmobile's website you can't change your due date.




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