If you already placed an order for wireless service with Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile, Nextel, Sprint, or Alltel - please Click Here to access the online customer service portal (you will need your Order # to access the portal - your Order # was provided to you at the time you placed your order. It was also emailed to the address you entered in the order form.).
Existing Orders - Phone Support
If you already placed an order for wireless service with one of the carriers mentioned above and you have urgent questions in which you must speak with someone, please call 1-888-378-8091.
Click Here to Order Toll-Free (for placing new orders only)
Are you a tmiWireless.com affiliate? Click Here to contact Affiliate Support. Please Note - this is
only for questions regarding our affiliate program.
Wireless Carrier Customer Service
Here are customer service phone numbers for the wireless carriers that
we currently feature on our website:
|Nextel Customer Service
|Sprint Customer Service
|T-Mobile Customer Service
|Verizon Wireless Customer Service
|Alltel Wireless Customer Service
|U.S. Cellular Customer Service
Contact tmiWireless.com by Regular Mail:
TMI Wireless, Inc.
4101 Chain Bridge Rd.
Fairfax, VA 22030
Report Abuse, Scams, and other Activity:
Please use the form below to report any suspicious emails, communications, or scams that you
have seen that are claiming to be associated with TMI Wireless. It has come to our attention that people are claiming to be
associated with TMI Wireless with the intention of scamming innocent victims.
TMI does not charge people
a fee to join our affiliate program, nor do we use LinkedIn or any other social network to
contact potential employees. If you have been contacted by anyone claiming to be a TMI Wireless employee,
please report this to us below with a copy of your email communications with that person.
July 2011 LinkedIn Scam ("Xavier Phelps"):
If you have been contacted by someone on LinkedIn (currently using the name "Xavier Phelps") who fraudulently
to be working for TMI Wireless with a potential job opportunity, please notify us using the form below.
This is a scam in which, after several email exchanges, the scammer will ask that you send them
funds or open a bank account. We have notified LinkedIn and law enforcement about this and hope to
shut down the fraudulent LinkedIn profile as soon as possible.
Update - September 2011:
LinkedIn has disabled and removed the fraudulent profile mentioned above as of September 2011.
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