T-Mobile for Pc

  • Category: Utilities
  • Last Updated: 2018-08-28
  • Current version: 4.1.2
  • File size: 49.04 MB
  • Developer: T-Mobile
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing T-Mobile on your Windows PC

Download T-Mobile for Windows: T-Mobile is an Utilities App, developed by T-Mobile. The Utilities App was officially released 2012-10-05. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - T-Mobile, with the latest current version being 4.1.2 which was officially released on 2018-08-28. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 1,034,303 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 5 out of a possible 5.

Using T-Mobile on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install T-Mobile on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use T-Mobile for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type T-Mobile in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on T-Mobile application icon. A window of T-Mobile will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the T-Mobile icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About T-Mobile

Developer Description

The redesigned T-Mobile app is made for you. Manage your account, shop for the latest devices or upgrades, pay your bill, or get help when you need it by messaging a rep—the T-Mobile app is your shortcut to getting things taken care of so you can get back to living your best mobile life. Download the T-Mobile app today! We value your feedback. Email us at iphoneapp@t-mobile.com View the T-Mobile Privacy Policy at www.t-mobile.com/privacy

App Reviews

  • Service is descent.

    By Iserved4you
    I switched over 5 lines from AT&T last week. I was really excited to take advantage of the Military discount that they offer. The rates are incredible and the service is good but not great. It is much cheaper than our last rate plan from AT&T. When we drive around and talk on our phones we hear more light noises in calls and the signal isn’t quit as strong as AT&T especially going up major routes like the 5fwy in CA. We are a outdoor family, so we’ve only had a few excursions since we signed up, but the signals were a little weaker in our usual traveling spots. The part of T-mobile I can’t stand is there call center. The only call center that you can call is in the Philippines. So you end up talking to someone that English is a second language that you cant understand and to top it off, they read from a transcript. You can’t have a conversation with the call center. One is, they don’t understand you. Two, they don’t have the knowledge of service that a US call center would have. It took 3 attempts over the phone to sign up before I finally went into a store. Even the store employees complained that they have to call the call center to get anything done, and the customer service agents are difficult to understand and lack the information that a agent would have being in the states. That is my main gripe about T-mobile.
  • Customer Service declining

    By MAk5412
    Been a customer for over 10 years. Up until about 2 years ago I could call into customer service and always had very knowledgeable, friendly, easy to understand T-Mobile representatives to assist me with my needs and concerns. They were even quick to offer compensation for any inconveniences. In the last few years this has changed drastically. Every time I call I get a run around. The representatives sound foreign, have heavy accents and are very hard to understand. They also never seem to understand me no matter how many times I repeat my needs or issues. I often get off the phone feeling like I no less than I did before about my issue or the resolution and they never offer any compensation for my trouble or time. Sad to see so much decline in a once prized phone customer service now become so poor. Honestly have thought about leaving the company serval times simply because of this issue as I’ve literally wasted hours upon hours of my time because of the lacking knowledge of the over the phone customer service department. Better to drive to the store to get help for any issue than it is to even call customer service. Very sad to see such a disconnection between their knowledge and training from over the phone to the store sites. Otherwise T-Mobile is 5 stars...
  • T-Mobile beats Verizon performance in Houston’s Energy Corridor

    By Anticlast
    I have been a loyal Verizon customer for over ten years, but when I moved to a new apartment, Internet was nearly useless and even voice had insufficient signal (which after multiple service calls finally was confirmed by Verizon). Do not believe online signal coverage maps nor customer service agents who assert “good signal” (who I assume see the same maps), as maps apparently are based on tower locations and power rather than on ACTUAL signal testing by an on-location technician, which Verizon said they did. Therefore, I tried T-Mobile (without yet cancelling Verizon — I forwarded my Verizon number to the T-Mobile number) and found acceptable signal (not often a full 4 bars, but always 2) for Internet and voice. Plus, Internet works during a call. Finally, T-Mobile costs less. So, I cancelled Verizon and ported my Verizon number to T-Mobile. The only issue was that the T-Mobile number I got apparently had been reassigned too soon, as I got MANY calls and texts for the previous subscriber. T-Mobile does allow choosing a number for $17 at signup; I didn’t since I viewed the number as temporary, but I would recommend doing that.
  • Newbie to T-Mobile

    By Kplan23
    After a decade of slugging it out with AT&T’s high prices, poor cellular service, MicroCell, rollover plans and deceptive practices (which were really outright theft), it was long past the time to move on. We had a few issues starting up but the two stores we worked with were very accommodating and treated us like they wanted our business which was a refreshing change. Customer Service depends on who picks up but it’s better than AT&T. We still have no cell service at home but that’s a community issue, not the fault of any of the carriers. T-Mobile gave us Wi-Fi calling so we’re good as long as the power and cable are working. Service out and about is far superior to AT&T. No more dropped calls, static, volume changes or latency or lag. The App works fine except for that pesky log off Wi-Fi requirement. My bigger gripe is that only the primary line holder’s SIM card has full access to the account and it must be from that phone. AT&T allowed for a password and a passcode so both adults had complete access from their respective phones. I just tried logging into the account from a non mobile device. It works fine so it’s silly to restrict a SIM card that has proper Clearance from logging into the account with full access.
  • Never changing providers!

    By Olgs415
    I’ve been with Tmobile for close nearly 15 years and throughout those years with work I’ve had to elect to either change providers or carry two cell phones. I have always chosen to have the two phones in order to weigh out the differences and Tmobile has always come up on top. First off, I travel a ton. Tmobile provides the BEST global service that no other carrier is even close to offering. I always tell my friends who travel that they should switch to Tmobile if they’re worried about overhead costs when they travel for a long period of time. In addition, if you’re in any sort of financial struggle (which I can admit to🙋🏻‍♀️) they offer payment plans when your bill is due which is such a helpful tool to help lighten any financial stress that you may have. Lastly.. although I’ve noticed that the strength of signal may fluctuate in certain cities that I’ve lived in (ie. San Francisco- signal is stronger than Verizon and AT&T vs Miami signal is rather spotty vs the others), the customer service is always 100% on point. Throughout all of these years as a devoted customer, I will continue to promote Tmobile to my friends and family solely based on my experience.
  • Glad we switched but didn’t get what we where originally promised

    By James .C
    Well I enjoy T-Mobile but I have to say the first day we came in we where so mad with att horrible service and being priced so high so we went and talked to these guys who told us we could buy 1 phone get 1 free and they would pay off our att phones and our price would be $60 cheaper than we where paying . Next day we come in talk to the Manager to get set up everything has changed we where misquoted and didn’t meet certain qualifications on turning in our old phones ( never told that before ) and the bill went way up because we now have to pay full price for the new phones so I am happy we left att but now we are paying more than we did with them and the internet speed and connection is way worse if I’m not using my home wifi or work wifi most things take a long long time to load. All in all we felt like we got played by used car salesman with the whole bait and switch method but we got put in a tough spot and had no choice . We spent over a decade with att paying over $200 a month and we will do the same for T-Mobile if they show they are better than them but currently we are not very impressed Staff is nice but prices and deals currently do not seem to be in our favor.
  • I’m a PAC, and TMobile leaves my account Vulnerable NO BUENO

    By DeWaltHottie💋
    Iam the PAC@T-Mobile for the past 5 years to a business account and as well to a personal account each including four lines and one note no matter how secure I set my account(s) it has been compromised dozens of x. An unauthorized user once downloaded a Change of Business form submitted it online and set themselves up as the PAC and I’m so frustrated with how easy it is to make changes without my consent. My bill is quite high over $200 monthly with auto pay discount. I’m frustrated with TMobile for letting these things happen even when there are set notes regarding account, in store I’m promised a new lower bill and no that seems to fluctuate and I’m just about over TMobile and their lack of keeping my info personal info and account secure as always promised!!! I want to know if “McAfee” a VPN is on the phones prior to purchasing or was downloaded from App Store? I’m bn lied to by a user on my account and they use VPN always for any and everything they don’t even have the actual phone # that is appointed to new phone I provided. Please help me get rid of this app McAfee and forbid VPN bc I will not tolerate or enable the same o same o drama. Text Now app is quite unique but not nessesary for this user to have. And also the Calculator app that is fake or A Vault for hidden content encrypted files and Quick Memo+ seems to be a voice/data/sms/mms app.
  • I absolutely love T-mobile!

    By WiseBeauty82
    I love autonomy & this app let's me do most things without needing to talk with a CSR. If I do need one, I can make a call directly from the app (or have someone call me back). Their customer service has improved greatly over the years which has caused me to stay with them (and this says a lot coming from a non-loyalist like moi). Fun fact: when I switched back to T-mobile in May 2017, their sales rep told me that I qualified for the carrier switch. When I tried to use the credit, I was told that I can't because I used it already and it's a once in a lifetime offer. A supervisor listened to the initial sales rep recording and credited my account $250 for the mistake. I was worried that my switch was a mistake at that point but overall I'm glad that I stuck with them. Another great point is that I never have a dropped call anymore and my internet is fast...sometimes more preferable to my regularly disconnecting Spectrum internet. Plus, I now have my mom on a T-mobile plan and, although she's still getting used to having unlimited internet, she loves it and is very happy that she switched from us cellular.
  • If I could only get a signal

    By Super chip key
    I would give a full five star rating to T-Mobile because most of their services are great but one big problem. When I am at my shop/house I cannot receive signal and they cannot seem to fix that for me I have to rely on my Wi-Fi in order to give me a phone signal at my home/shop. With today’s technology you would think that someone from their engineer department would fix this problem due to the fact that I have complained about it numerous times but no one has been able to successfully fix the problem. So I suppose for now I will have to continue to use it on Wi-Fi which I have to pay for every month so that I can have phone service at my place. They also tell me I am right between three cellular towers but I just can’t seem to zero in on the signal to give me a good phone signal at my place. So I am just stuck with Wi-Fi. Maybe just might get to the right place at T-Mobile and someone will care about it and see if they can actually repair and fix the problem sometimes it takes no will to get a little oil in order to get something done maybe just might reach the person at the top. Outside of that T-Mobile is a wonderful company.
  • Ugh get it together Tmo

    By Organy
    I am so sick and tired of my first stop after a long hold time of listening to horrible music, being in the Philippines or Sri Lanka. I am so sick of the “States” being an optional option where I have to REQUEST the transfer and half the time they argue with me about it and just literally every word they say to me is read off a script. This app is starting to blow. It rarely works. Plan features I am “grandfathered” for I can not even access anymore unless I call Tmo directly and go on a ridiculously long hold time and repeated foreign transfers until I finally meet ways with my “team of experts”. Now there was another update, strange cause I never updated in the App Store and I can no longer EASILY access and manage my account add-ons unless it’s now a 5-6 screen tap process Also when my hold time is only 5 mins (some rare times 15) I am offered the “call back” feature where they do call me back in that time frame, but I am placed on another hold of usually 10 mins minimum and than to the Philippines we go. Why can’t I have an option that (if applicable) “to speak to a rep in the states your hold time is at least 1 hour” Stop sending us to foreign countries where there’s constant language barriers, unhelpful staff, and reps who speak to us like we are robots. It’s disrespectful