1. myrcgarage's Avatar
    What are the differences between buying a refill card thru Walmart, then refill my account, and paying additional $ thru t-mobile.com using my credit card?

    Thanks
    09-03-2012 08:17 PM
  2. Andrew Martonik's Avatar
    No difference. Once it hits your T-Mobile account, its just money that can be used. The only reason to do auto-refill is the convenience of not thinking about your balance because it'll auto-deduct a few days before the end of the month.

    I would recommend that if you're going to buy refill cards to not bother with Walmart, as you'll still pay the full price and often taxes. I'd recommend buying from someone like callingmart.com , which sells them at a discount off of face value but also has no taxes or fees. I used them for my T-Mobile refills for a long time and they're great. Bought my $30 refills for about ~$28 every month. They even have a refill option that auto-loads to your account so you don't have to bother with being emailed a code and topping up yourself.
    09-03-2012 08:33 PM
  3. myrcgarage's Avatar
    No difference. Once it hits your T-Mobile account, its just money that can be used. The only reason to do auto-refill is the convenience of not thinking about your balance because it'll auto-deduct a few days before the end of the month.

    I would recommend that if you're going to buy refill cards to not bother with Walmart, as you'll still pay the full price and often taxes. I'd recommend buying from someone like callingmart.com , which sells them at a discount off of face value but also has no taxes or fees. I used them for my T-Mobile refills for a long time and they're great. Bought my $30 refills for about ~$28 every month. They even have a refill option that auto-loads to your account so you don't have to bother with being emailed a code and topping up yourself.
    Great thanks. Good to know.
    09-03-2012 09:04 PM
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