Are you aware that it is possible to submit a T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim online? Are you also aware that it is possible for you to check online the status of a T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim you lodged earlier? In both cases, all you have to do is visit the Switch2tMobile page (on the T-Mobile website), and sign in there. Then, having signed to your T-Mobile account, you will be in a position to submit a T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim, check the status of a T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim you lodged earlier… among other things.
The T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim, if successful, entitles you to reimbursement of the device payment balance you had with your previous wireless carrier. And if your T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim goes through, you would also get a reimbursement of early termination fees charged by the previous carrier (that is, the carrier you would be quitting in favor of T-Mobile). It is a big deal: where you can get reimbursed up to $650, paid to you either through a prepaid card or in the form of trade-in credit. Incidentally, T-Mobile has another deal where it can reimburse your satellite TV provider’s early termination fees too (up to $500). Information about the latter deal is also available on the Switch2tMobile webpage.
The Switch2tmobile.com Carrier Freedom Claim submissions webpage
The webpage where you can submit a T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim (or check the status of a T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim you lodged earlier), is accessible at switch2tmobile.com. So that is the web address you need to key into your browser. You would then be transferred to the webpage where you can lodge a T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim, or check the status of a T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim you submitted earlier.
Requirements for you to submit a T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim online
To submit a T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim online (at switch2tmobile.com), you will need to have gotten a new T-Mobile device and signed up for an appropriate T-Mobile plan — one that qualifies for reimbursement. You will also need to have paid your old carrier’s final bill, transferred your phone number to T-Mobile (fully) and traded in your working device (for account credit) at a T-Mobile store. And because you would be seeking to submit the T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim online, you would of course also need to have a way of accessing the web: that is, through an Internet-enabled computing device.
How to initiate the T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim submission
You first need to go to the webpage where T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claims are submitted. This is just a question of keying in that webpage’s address (switch2tmobile.com) into your browser. Your browser then transfers you to the said T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claims submission page.
When you get to the T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claims submission webpage, scroll down a bit, and you will find a pink-colored ‘Log In’ button. Click on it. (If you had submitted a claim earlier, and you wish to check its status, click on the ‘Check Your Status’ link – below the ‘Log in’ button). Either way, you would be taken to a page where you can sign in to your T-Mobile account.
On the sign in page you are taken to, as required, enter your email address or phone number as well as your password into the respective spaces in order to sign in. If you don’t have a T-Mobile account to sign in to, you will need to sign up first, and then log in.
How to complete the T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim submission
After logging in to your T-Mobile account, just fill in the required information, to complete the T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim.
If you had submitted a T-Mobile carrier freedom claim before — and you clicked on the ‘Check Your Status’ link before signing in — you will be taken straight to a screen where you will be able to see the status of T-Mobile Carrier Freedom Claim.
- T-Mobile carrier freedom claims webpage: https://switch2tmobile.com