Can you break a contract with T-Mobile?

Can you break a contract with T-Mobile?

Certain wireless carriers such as T-Mobile and Sprint run promotions that offer to bail you out if you want to terminate your contract early. T-Mobile offers to reimburse you for your remaining device balance and early termination fees, up to $650 per line on up to five lines.

What happens if I cancel T-Mobile contract?

Equipment Installments Plan impacts If there is an active line on your account, any Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) device payments on a cancelled line will continue to bill as usual. If the entire account is closed, all remaining EIP remaining balances will be charged in full on your final bill.

Can I cancel a line on my T-Mobile family plan?

If so, you don’t want to cancel it just yet or they won’t be able to take their phone number with them. Once their number is moved or ported out, the line will automatically be canceled on your account. If you’d just like to go ahead and cancel it, you’ll want to contact us.

How much does it cost to break a contract with T-Mobile?

Get a new phone and we’ll pay off your current phone and service contracts – up to $650 per line or $350 in early termination fees, via virtual prepaid card and trade-in credit.

How much does it cost to cancel T-Mobile contract?

There are no cancellation fees. Just would want to cancel or port out just before the end of your billing cycle though. The bill is not prorated to the time of month when you cancel.

Why is my T-Mobile line suspended?

Anytime your account is past due, your service may be partially suspended. If the balance on your account remains unpaid, a full suspension may occur. A $20 account restoration fee will be charged per line plus taxes, due at time of restoration, if your account is partially or fully suspended.

How do I separate lines on T-Mobile?

Splitting up the accounts will involve what’s called a “Change of Responsibility”. You will need to initiate a brand new account and request that the 2 lines that you are wishing to separate be moved over.

What happens if you break a phone on contract?

If your contract specifies you have to return the phone at the end of your contact, well you’ll be forced to pay out-right for the phone, typically a pro-rated rate rather than full cost.