T-Mobile Network Pass: 90 Days of Free Service

With T-Mobile Network Pass, you get to try T-Mobile’s service for 90 days at no cost. The best part is you don’t have to switch your phone number or leave your current service carrier to do so. Learn more about this offer and how to sign up in this post!

T-Mobile Free Trial for 2024

T-Mobile is offering a 90-day free trial to try out their network. There’s no cost to you and no catch. You won’t lose your current phone number and you don’t need to switch from your current service provider either.

This promotion is called T-Mobile Network Pass (formerly T-Mobile Test Drive), which is a program where you can try out T-Mobile’s service for 90 days. The free trial includes unlimited talk, text, and data.

There used to be a data limit of 30GB, but that has been recently removed. I should note that if you use more than 50GB in a month, T-Mobile may reduce your data speed until the next bill cycle.

T-Mobile Free Trial details
(Image from T-Mobile)

There are two ways to sign-up for this promo:

  • If you have an unlocked eSIM-capable phone, simply download the T-Mobile app and complete the setup on your phone – no additional device is necessary.
  • If you don’t have an eligible unlocked phone that has the eSIM feature, you can fill out the form found in the link below and T-Mobile will send you a free physical SIM card.
T-Mobile Free Trial Test Drive form
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After The Free Trial Period

Network Pass is is 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.

T-Mobile “Try Free For 90 Days” Terms & Conditions

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.
  • Valid for business or personal accounts.

The Bottom Line

Your mileage may vary (YMMV), but I switched to T-Mobile several years ago and have no complaints. The speed and call quality is indistinguishable from the other carriers, but that might be due to living in a major city.

It saved me a bunch of money too as the pricing structure is lower than AT&T and Verizon.

Other T-Mobile benefits include weekly freebies and giveaways with their T-Mobile Tuesdays event. They’re also known to give additional free voice lines for new and existing customers as a random “thank you” gesture.

I have 10 voice lines and only pay for 4 of them 🙂

About John Pham

John Pham is a personal finance expert, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Money Ninja. He has also been fortunate enough to have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and U.S. News & World Report. John has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Masters in Business Administration, both from the University of New Hampshire.

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