Try our network FREE for 3 months.

All while keeping your phone and your carrier.

See how we stack up against your current service with a free trial, so you can switch with confidence knowing you’re on the best network for you.

  • Get unlimited data

  • Keep your current number, phone, and wireless carrier

  • Access America’s largest 5G network on a 5G phone

  • Compare your network performance

During congestion, customers on this plan using > 50GB/ mo. may notice reduced speeds until next bill cycle due to data prioritization. Non-T-Mobile customers only; 1 trial per user. Compatible unlocked device required; coverage not available in some areas. Some uses may require certain plan or feature; see plan for details.

Access these great benefits and more with your unlocked eSIM compatible phone.

Have questions about eSIM? Learn more.


Switch in minutes right from your phone.

You can bring your own device and we’ll pay it off—up to $800. Get started in the app.

Get even more with T-Mobile.

See T-Mobile’s coverage in your area.

Check out customer benefits.

Switch today. We make it fast, easy & affordable.

No eSIM? Try a hotspot instead.

If you don’t have an unlocked eSIM compatible phone, you can still try out our network with a free hotspot device. With the T-Mobile Hotspot, you can test the T-Mobile network for free for up to 30 days or 30GB of LTE data, whichever comes first.

Limited time offer; subject to change; while supplies last. Non-T-Mobile customers only; 1 trial per user.

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What is T-Mobile Network Pass

T-Mobile Network Pass allows you to try T-Mobile's network for up to three months for free, while keeping your existing service with your current carrier. All you need is an unlocked, eligible eSIM-capable phone, and to download the T-Mobile app from the Apple App Store or Google Play store. Then you can experience unlimited high-speed data on the T-Mobile network, all with your own phone, phone number, and apps. A list of eligible phones can be found here.

Who is eligible for Network Pass?

Non-T-Mobile customers that have not previously participated in Network Pass and meet the following criteria:

  • Have an eligible, unlocked phone with available eSIM and be located in the U.S.; a list of eligible phones can be found here
  • Weren't a T-Mobile customer or customer using the T-Mobile network within the past 90 days
  • Aren't current Metro by T-Mobile and Sprint customers, or customers of T-Mobile partners using the T-Mobile network

How does T-Mobile Network Pass let me try the network?

T-Mobile Network Pass allows you to try the T-Mobile network on your own phone by activating T-Mobile as a secondary provider on your phone using eSIM technology. Your T-Mobile Network Pass plan is active for up to three months, and includes unlimited high-speed data, including 5G if you have a compatible phone. You'll experience the award-winning T-Mobile network while keeping your current plan and phone number with your primary cellular provider, so you’ll never miss a call or text. Both plans will appear in your phone’s cellular settings, and you'll see two network signal bars on your phone—one for T-Mobile, and one for your current provider.

Can my business use T-Mobile Network Pass?

Yes, anyone can try Network Pass, including businesses, but you must sign up using your personal information, and we require you to identify as a business customer.

When I'm using T-Mobile Network Pass, will my friends and family still see my current number when I call or text?

Yes. With T-Mobile Network Pass, all your calls and texts will continue to come in on your current provider, while all your data uses the T-Mobile network. You will also have the T-Mobile number available as a secondary voice number, so you can try calling and texting on our network as well.

I want to switch to T-Mobile using the app, but I don't have an eSIM capable phone. Can I still use Easy Switch?

Yes. When entering your information in Easy Switch, simply indicate which phones on your account will require a physical SIM card, along with their mailing addresses. T-Mobile will ship physical SIM cards free of charge.

Can I switch my business account to T-Mobile using Easy Switch?

At this time, business accounts are not eligible to switch using Easy Switch in the T-Mobile app. You can find information about switching your business to T-Mobile here.

What's the cost? What's the catch?

There's no cost to you and no catch. Just download the T-Mobile app and complete the setup on your phone. Then you can try the T-Mobile network for free for up to three months. Use your own phone and keep your existing phone number and service with your current carrier.

Are there any data limits? Will I be charged?

No, Network Pass is a worry-free and cost-free way to try the T-Mobile Network. No credit card information is needed to get started, and once you hit three months of use it will automatically end.

Will I get 5G access with T-Mobile Network Pass?

5G access is available to any phone that has 5G capabilities. Make sure your 5G phone is operating on the latest operating system to access T-Mobile's 5G network.

I'm experiencing connection issues with T-Mobile Network Pass. What do I do?

Please refer to our T-Mobile Network Pass support page for answers to any issues you may be experiencing.

What is Easy Switch?

Easy Switch is T-Mobile's solution for the complexity and pain of switching wireless providers. Just download the T-Mobile app, and when you bring your own phone, you can switch up to 5 lines in just minutes.

I want to switch to T-Mobile, but my phone is locked with my current carrier. How do I get my phone unlocked?

You'll need to contact your current carrier to unlock your phone. Carriers have varying requirements to unlock phones from their network. Once your phone is unlocked you can come back and complete the switch to T-Mobile.

I'm experiencing connection issues with making the switch to T-Mobile using Easy Switch. What do I do?

Please refer to our Easy Switch customer support page for answers to any issues you may be experiencing.