My T-Mobile features are not available for T-Mobile Prepaid customers so no you dont get records to play spy with user who has your phone.
the trouble i sorta learned from tmobile pre-paid phones is that those phones could be sold to WHOMEVER with fake names and fake info ~remember its prepaid (the term i use is DISPOSABLE) so if u cancel the phone is useless to others and to ur friends account as long as she makes sure its deactivated. If you had the phones serial number which is when you dial *#06* when u had it you could turn that phone into a useless brick once you give that info to TMOBILE assistance ~but its rare cuz its too much trouble for them~
That phone could still be used but not on her account cuz tmobile prepaid phones could have there SIM cards switched put in with a real account holders activated SIM and the phone will search signal and activate and be used like a normal phone. Real shame but it happens
A friend has a T-Mobile prepaid account. Her phone was stolen last night, along with some other things, and we are trying to find out whodunit. The account has been frozen, and the phone turned off. There is reason to believe that the phone was used by the thief, so a look at the phone records would be interesting.
She has not registered a "My-T-Mobile" account, and a first look at the web page shows that the temp password is sent to the phone.
Is there a nother way to register the account?
If she gets onto "my-t-mobile" will there be phone records?
I know that Virgin and AT&T both post phone records on password accounts for prepaid phones. Is this the case with T-Mobile?
Thanks in advance