My Sprint Mobile 4+

Effortless account management


    • 4.5 • 1M Ratings
    • Free


The My Sprint app keeps customers in-the-know while on-the-go. It’s got the basics you need like bill pay and support as well as the fun stuff like custom offers and app-exclusive experiences. Your account is always at your fingertips with the My Sprint app.

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What’s New

Version 6.35.0

Sprint and T-Mobile have merged and are working to bring you the best experience in wireless. As such, you’ll notice we’ve made some brand updates in the app. We’ve also added minor improvements and cleaned up a few bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
1M Ratings

1M Ratings

GodChaser1988 ,

Horrible App

Every time I use this app something happens (usually in the very last step of the long, drawn-out, seriously cumbersome process) that loses a connection somewhere and I have to start the process all over again. I can pay my bill easily, but that’s the only easy thing about this app.

I decided I might try to upgrade using the app. It took me through the entire process & (of course) dropped the connection so I had to start over. When I got to the end & filled out my physical address, it kept telling me the address saved successfully, but when I would try to continue, it said my address was invalid - no explanation! Just invalid! I finally decided to cancel & they have the audacity to give me a popup saying not to cancel now when I’m almost finished!! The sad part is that their website isn’t much better!

I love Sprint. I’ve been with them for years. But they need to fire their developers because this really looks bad on them. When I’m tempted to go to another carrier because of their app and website after being with them as long as I have, that speaks volumes about how horrible their app and website are!!

Developer Response ,

Can you please email at if you are still experiencing issues with the app.

Unsatisfied T Mobile Customer ,

Easier than having my tooth pulled

When I went to my local T Mobile store to upgrade my tablet, they were not helpful in any way, shape, or form. I was told they had nothing to offer or show me, in tablet devices. They told me to look for other T Mobile stores to see what they “might” have to offer. Other than that , they didn’t suggest where those places might be located , or in any other way, try to direct me in a direction that I might be able to solve my dilemma. So my end though on how T Mobile in Gilroy, Ca., handled my problem, was , I will not go into that store again, will not recommend anyone to go to that store, and would like to think , that I would be compensated for such poor service ( which more than likely will go unanswered), but I have been with Sprint/ T Mobile for so long , I’m all but relegated to remain a customer (a paying customer) until whatever unforeseen event happens ,to end this relationship . To think that going online, and not talking to an actual human being, and solving my problem, by myself has opened my eyes, to the change in society, it’s belief in problem solving, and how so much of a disconnect there is amongst ourselves as a whole. I’m so glad I’m nearing the end of my time here, cause this world is nearing the end of its existence here also. All due to the the disconnect in humans

Mikialama ,

Okay only in USA

I travel outside the USA a great deal. The mobile app and website both are fine if you are in the US. However, despite paying for Sprint Open World, there was absolutely NO WAY to receive help from Sprint outside the country. When I tried to pay bill recently while traveling, neither the app nor the website were available. The app said I was not an authorized user and the website said it was not authorized for use on that server. If you are going to offer what you call international service, you need to make sure you have a way for customers to contact Sprint when they are abroad. YOUR texts asking for payment came through fine (you charged for them!), but when in desperation I tried to text Sprint—even to call customer service, your customer help was completely unavailable. It was frustrating enough for me to think about seeing if another carrier has better international support, despite my being with Sprint a long time. Very disappointing.

App Privacy

The developer, Sprint, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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