T-Mobile 4+

Effortless account management


Designed for iPad

    • Free


Keeping things simple yet secure – the T-Mobile app allows you to do it all in one place
· Try the T-Mobile network with Network Pass
· Switch to T-Mobile in minutes with Easy Switch
· Compare network performance with Network Scorecard
· Manage your account, add and remove services, and change plans
· Pay bills, set-up autopay, and payment plan options
· Shop devices and view offers
· Manage international data
· Profile settings
Don’t forget to enroll in bio authentication in your phone settings to easily authenticate while on the go!

Have Feedback?  Email us at iosappfeedback@t-mobile.com

What’s New

Version 9.17.0

For this update, we've made stability enhancements so you can expect fewer crashes when using the app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
2.6M Ratings

2.6M Ratings

The Real Dharma Ghost ,

Two Decades of Satisfaction!!

I’ve been with T-Mobile for over 20 years. I started with their convenient Go Phone which made any immediate need for a phone or a number easily accessible and possible for anyone trying to work their way out of a disadvantaged situation, as I was. Call it trauma bonding, perhaps. But my appreciation of that stayed with me when I had gotten a job, thanks to having a working phone, and was ready to start my first two year contract. And I’ve had the same number the entire time. The app is truly a one stop solution to most reasons for using it. Generally I use it for bill payment. And you can even set up your own arranged payment installments, if you qualify and need some time. You can add or remove any additional features as well as shop for your next device or add a line to your contract . And during the pandemic, the T Mobile customer service team was very helpful and understanding of the situation and issues I was experiencing and worked with me every step of the way, easing my anxiety and assuring me of no service interruptions. I’m sure each persons experience is different. All I can say is they really made me feel valued and listened to when I really needed them to. That’s 5 star service in my book.

Bleu420 ,

What can I say…

I’ve been with T-Mobile over 20 years. Left 2 or 3 time in between for like 2 years each time. I will say T-Mobile is better than the others like Sprint, AT&T, and most def Verizon. My issue with T-Mobile is their shady ways sometimes. I get more rude reps than I do the good. When I get the good, I most definitely keep my word and write T-Mobile to let them know what customer service rep has went out their way to make sure I was okay. How great of a job they done or try to do. And I do send info about the rude and don’t want to do their job reps as well. Far as the billing, another story. I can get the same network service if not better from Boost. Boost just don’t have insurance like T-Mobile does. That’s the main reason i keep dealing with them. If it’s not my granddaughter doing something with my phone it’s me that always sit my phone down or someone stealing it. I turn people phones in when they lose them, but no one do me the same. This time, I took a loss, all my moms pics were on their, a voicemail from her and she passed. The other things can be replaced. But not what was on there about her. So make sure y’all really take care of your phones, don’t sit them just anywhere, just don’t be careless as I was. Thanks for reading if you did and hope this helps someone.

ImeldaM ,

Excellent company but one change took away the 5th star

We’ve been customers of T-Mobile for a few years now. We’re on the plan for 55 plus. I liked the convenience and pricing after the competition kept raising fees. I also liked being able to use the international calling conveniences to and from the US.
However, T-Mobile is changing their auto pay policy and system, which I thoroughly disagree with. When companies get hacked so frequently and their customers account numbers, including social security numbers, and more get stolen, with the potential for customers identity stolen, bank accounts raided, etc, demanding bank account numbers and or debit card number information for the auto pay discount is “waving a red flag in front of a bull”—offering personal information to hackers.
I refuse to change from my credit card number information because it offers more security and protection. T-Mobile ( and parent Deutsche Telecom) should have conversations with credit card companies over fees —and go back to the credit cards and use a compromise amount of $10 vs the original $20, to make it better for both parties.

App Privacy

The developer, T-Mobile, 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 Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Identifiers

Data Linked to You

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

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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