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- 1.0 overall
T-Mobile customer care is the worstBy Chris Kubica, posted: Feb 16I contacted T-Mobile about an issue and 16 calls and one store visit later I am still trying to get T-Mobile to reverse an unauthorized charge on a debit card. they are thieves
- 1.3 overall
Indifferent or lazy serviceBy K H, posted: Feb 6I have been with T-mobile for 6 years, but their service is mediocre. The few times I had questions regarding the warranty on the phone or third party charges, they either said I was out of luck, or would have to pursue it myself. I would change phone service, but I have one of the cheaper plans, However, if ever I upgrade to a smart phone or such, I will not be using T-mobile service.
- 3.3 overall
mixed reviewsBy Anna Storelli, posted: Jan 25Cute company and cute smartphones but my phone devices are defective. Eh its just a phone, but at the same time, you pay so much money for something to work, and when the phone crashes for now reason it makes you wonder....
- 2.3 overall
Fed UpBy Shannon Allen, posted: Jan 21I was previously with TMobile for about 5 years with almost no issues. This time around I've been with them about a year and I am about to pull my hair out. I've had nothing but problems sending/receiving texts, not getting internet signal, phone calls go straight to voicemail. Constantly there are tower issues in my area and I live in a heavily populated area, not rural at all. Every time I talk to customer service I get conflicting information from one rep to another. It's literally all I can do to keep from completely cussing out every rep that answers my call with this company. I'm fed up and I can't wait to cancel my contract and move on from this crap!!! The only plus about the company is that you can get a live person on the phone easily and the bill is usually cheaper than other companies...but I guess we know why!
- 1.0 overall
CrooksBy Harald Bogren, posted: Jan 20So, I bought a phone for the FULL price, the salesman ASSURED me it would be unlocked, cause I bought it for the full price right? Well, now five months after buying that phone, I'm in France and they're doing everything they can to prevent me from getting an unlock code for a phone that never should have been locked. And I've contacted them five times already. First, they told me that I would get an answer within 24 hours which I didn't get, and after talking to 3 other agents, I've been told I wouldn't get that answer within 24 hours but within 14 days! So, don't ever deal with them!
- 4.7 overall
Always a good experienceBy Rusty Sterling, posted: Jan 14I've read a lot of very negative reviews of T-Mobile. I do not doubt the writers' validity but my experience has been vastly different. Store sales people were very friendly and knowledgable. Customer service (over the phone) again always friendly, helpful and knowledgable. Tech support is all Aces. Had some problems that seemed insurmountable and they worked easily with me, helped resolve the issues satisfactorily and even waived some fees when I needed a replacement. Overall, an extremely good experience compared to what I dealt with as an AT&T customer. I gave them a moderate Overall Value rating because pricing is competitive but just barely.
- 1.3 overall
T-MOBILE they steal your moneyBy sporter, posted: Jan 5Have been a T-Mobile customer for a couple years and they disappointed me by stealing my cash. I am on a no contract pay every month plan, which I always kept extra funds in it. In Dec I upgraded my plan a day before my payment was due and paid 70.00 on my account , then there seemed to be a problem so I spoke with T-Mobile and paid another 50.00, well the upgrade I paid 70.00 on was only for the 1 day since I did it 1 day before my payment was due, then the next day there was another 70.00 they took out. I was out of town on vacation so I did not check balance till I paid again in Jan when I seen there was funds missing, spoke with customer service who said they would credit my account this time only, I guess you only have 48 hrs to catch mistake but they would do this for me, I was very happy at this time since I didn't loose money and learned there rules for reporting problems. Well a couple hours later they called and said they are not giving me my money that it was my fault not theres so there would not be a refund. If only they would think that the credit is in my account with them and they would get it all back and then some because I would have stayed with them being a satisfied customer. now they have an unhappy former customer who is leaving as soon as my funds are depleted from there company. Long story short is DO NOT tell your customer one thing and then turn around and say owell.
- 2.0 overall
JUMP offers a lot of confusionBy Dominique Butler, posted: Jan 4T-mobile has been my carrier for five years. I have bought numerous phones from them and currently have four lines. Customer service is usually not bad I have only dealt with one associate who had an attitude after I opted for the less expensive Galaxy light. I use my phone around children and they break a lot. So I was very excited about JUMP. First, Jump only works after 6 months. The Galaxy s3 was dropped and broke after 2 months. Second, you have to pay the insurance deductible first before you can trade in the phone. You can not trade in other phones. Jump is applied to the line for which the phone was purchased. So the fact that my daughter was using the s3 on her line is now a problem because her line did not have Jump. Her line had handset protection. Keys facts, a T-mobile representative transferred the phone to her line. He cut the SIM card then when it didn't work made a new SIM card for us. Second, when I bought the less expensive Galaxy light I was told I did not have to purchase Jump because it was already on my line. Yet, now I am told it only applies to the S3. A lot of confusion that adds up to a) the S3 is on back order through the insurance company b) the deductible is $150 c) the loaner phone I was offered is a flip phone d) I can't purchase another phone with Jump until I get a working s3 again e) I have a working htc radar that I owe $160 on and does practically nothing in terms of apps f) T-mobile offered me $11 for the radar g) I still have a contract until next year even though my plan is a no contract plan. The conclusion, do lots of research about Jump and T-mobile before switching carriers. The employees are not sure how the plan will work since it's not actually active yet.
- 1.0 overall
T-Mobile is a RIP OFFBy Tina Grace, posted: Jan 3I ordered the phones online. Didn't keep them even one day because they couldn't get the sim cards activated sent them back. Been arguing over the phone with them for over two months because they sent me a $356 dollar bill when they owe me almost $200. Worst financial decesion I have made was trying them.
- 1.7 overall
Don't do anything onlineBy Heather Winstead, posted: Dec 13Despite advertising that they have no contracts, you will still get slapped with an early termination fee if you are a long time customer. If you make any changes to your bill online, they say that extends your contract. Sixty bucks for service, plus a $20/month device payment and a two hundred dollar early termination fee? Yeah. T-Mobile is totally a great value.