Cell phones are a necessity in this modern day and age, but in order to get a decent deal on a phone, it seems like you almost always have to sign up for a long and expensive contract. When you decide that you’re done with your T-Mobile contract, you’ll need to call and cancel, since the company doesn’t allow you to do so any other way.
This is primarily because they want you to have to talk to one of their customer service representatives in hopes of convincing you to keep your contract, so you’ll have to have your speech locked and loaded before you get on the phone. State firmly that you do not wish to continue your plan and be very explicit about the date by which you would like it to be terminated. Otherwise, you may find you haven’t gotten through.
Also beware that canceling before the stated end of your contract will result in an early cancellation fee, and there is nothing you can do to change that fact. The only way you can avoid this fee is to cancel within the first two weeks (14 days, to be exact) of your contract. Ready to cancel?
If you don’t like the idea of canceling yourself and dealing with the hassle, we’ve got great news: We provide a fast, reliable and affordable cancellation service to get it taken care of for you. Simply click the “Use Our Cancellation Button” and we’ll get started right away.
If you’d like to speak to a customer representative before using our service, feel free to get in touch with us via phone or email. You can also check out our FAQs down at the bottom of this page.
Do you have your own story about canceling T-Mobile? Be sure to share in the comments below. We always love hearing from you!
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