Free your phone & your number

With DIGITS, your phone number works on any compatible internet-connected smartwatch, tablet, or computer. Have multiple numbers? Access up to 5 lines from a single device.

Got Questions?

All your existing T-Mobile numbers are now DIGITS lines. You can use them for free on any compatible internet-connected device via the DIGITS app or on phones with the DIGITS functionality built in.

If you want additional DIGITS lines, you can purchase a DIGITS Talk & Text line for $10/month (with AutoPay).

If you want your smartwatch to use the same number as your primary phone, you can purchase Data with Paired DIGITS for your smartwatch for just $10/month (with AutoPay).

No. All you need is a compatible device and the DIGITS app. The DIGITS app will run on:

  • Any Android device running Lollipop (5.0+) or above. Download the DIGITS app from the Play Store.
  • Any iOS device running iOS 9 or above. Download the DIGITS app from the Apple App Store.
  • Any PC or Mac using Chrome or Firefox. Visit https://webdigits.t-mobile.com to log in or download the application.

Yes. Even if your Android or iOS device is with another carrier, you can make and take calls or send and receive texts using the T-Mobile DIGITS app. Once you’ve downloaded and logged into the app, you can turn on your DIGITS. If the device is not on the T-Mobile network, any data used will decrement from the phone plan with the other carrier.

If you have a T-Mobile number, you can use the T-Mobile DIGITS app on any Android (5.0 +) or iOS (iOS 9 +) device, even if the device is with another carrier. You can also access DIGITS from any Mac or PC browser by visiting https://webdigits.t-mobile.com on Chrome or Firefox, or download a standalone app. The US versions of the Samsung Galaxy S6 or newer and the LG 5 or newer already have the DIGITS functionality built in, so you don’t need to download the DIGITS app. For additional support, visit http://www.t-mobile.com/DIGITS.

There are multiple Samsung smartphones that have the DIGITS functionality built in. They are: Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge +, and the Samsung Note5. Make sure that the device has been updated to the latest software version. If you have any other Android or iOS device, simply download the DIGITS app from the appropriate app store.

First, you need to unlock the DIGITS function. Open the T-Mobile app and select Usage & Plans. Find the line you want to unlock and select View Line Details. Then, select “unlock” on the DIGITS card. Restart your device, then you can search your settings for “Multi-line settings” and log in with your T-Mobile ID. Once logged in, you will see a list of all lines available to you, which you can turn on and off as needed. For additional support, visit http://www.t-mobile.com/DIGITS.

Simply download the DIGITS app on the device you’d like to share your number with. On PC and Mac, go to https://webdigits.t-mobile.com to log in or download the application. Then, open the app, log in with your T-Mobile ID, and turn on your line.

Continuity is restricted to the iOS ecosystem. DIGITS allows calls and texts to work on any device in which you have enabled your DIGITS lines, regardless of the operating system. If you use Apple devices exclusively, then there’s no need to use the DIGITS app.

Yes. But calls and texts to 911 still work best from your landline or primary cell phone number, and without using Wi-Fi. You should always provide your actual location and callback number to the 911 operator, and be aware that if the operator calls you back, the call may be answered by others sharing your DIGITS line. See the DIGITS Terms of Use for additional 911 information.

DIGITS calls and texts use the same leading level of security and encryption as traditional T-Mobile calls and texts.

Absolutely. There are two ways to do this depending on your needs.

 

If both devices already have their own phone number and data plan then you can access your primary number from either phone any time through the DIGITS app.  Manage all your DIGITS here: https://mydigits.t-mobile.com

 

If you want each phone to simply share the same primary number and you don’t need high-speed data on the second device then you can pair your number with another device for just $10 a month using a Data with Paired DIGITS plan.

 

*Data with Paired DIGITS comes with unlimited data at 512 kbs.

All your existing T-Mobile numbers are now DIGITS lines. You can use them for free on any compatible internet-connected device via the DIGITS app or on phones with the DIGITS functionality built in.

If you want additional DIGITS lines, you can purchase a DIGITS Talk & Text line for $10/month (with AutoPay).

If you want your smartwatch to use the same number as your primary phone, you can purchase Data with Paired DIGITS for your smartwatch for just $10/month (with AutoPay).

No. All you need is a compatible device and the DIGITS app. The DIGITS app will run on:

  • Any Android device running Lollipop (5.0+) or above. Download the DIGITS app from the Play Store.
  • Any iOS device running iOS 9 or above. Download the DIGITS app from the Apple App Store.
  • Any PC or Mac using Chrome or Firefox. Visit https://webdigits.t-mobile.com to log in or download the application.

Yes. Even if your Android or iOS device is with another carrier, you can make and take calls or send and receive texts using the T-Mobile DIGITS app. Once you’ve downloaded and logged into the app, you can turn on your DIGITS. If the device is not on the T-Mobile network, any data used will decrement from the phone plan with the other carrier.

If you have a T-Mobile number, you can use the T-Mobile DIGITS app on any Android (5.0 +) or iOS (iOS 9 +) device, even if the device is with another carrier. You can also access DIGITS from any Mac or PC browser by visiting https://webdigits.t-mobile.com on Chrome or Firefox, or download a standalone app. The US versions of the Samsung Galaxy S6 or newer and the LG 5 or newer already have the DIGITS functionality built in, so you don’t need to download the DIGITS app. For additional support, visit http://www.t-mobile.com/DIGITS.

There are multiple Samsung smartphones that have the DIGITS functionality built in. They are: Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge +, and the Samsung Note5. Make sure that the device has been updated to the latest software version. If you have any other Android or iOS device, simply download the DIGITS app from the appropriate app store.

First, you need to unlock the DIGITS function. Open the T-Mobile app and select Usage & Plans. Find the line you want to unlock and select View Line Details. Then, select “unlock” on the DIGITS card. Restart your device, then you can search your settings for “Multi-line settings” and log in with your T-Mobile ID. Once logged in, you will see a list of all lines available to you, which you can turn on and off as needed. For additional support, visit http://www.t-mobile.com/DIGITS.

Simply download the DIGITS app on the device you’d like to share your number with. On PC and Mac, go to https://webdigits.t-mobile.com to log in or download the application. Then, open the app, log in with your T-Mobile ID, and turn on your line.

Continuity is restricted to the iOS ecosystem. DIGITS allows calls and texts to work on any device in which you have enabled your DIGITS lines, regardless of the operating system. If you use Apple devices exclusively, then there’s no need to use the DIGITS app.

Yes. But calls and texts to 911 still work best from your landline or primary cell phone number, and without using Wi-Fi. You should always provide your actual location and callback number to the 911 operator, and be aware that if the operator calls you back, the call may be answered by others sharing your DIGITS line. See the DIGITS Terms of Use for additional 911 information.

DIGITS calls and texts use the same leading level of security and encryption as traditional T-Mobile calls and texts.

Absolutely. There are two ways to do this depending on your needs.

 

If both devices already have their own phone number and data plan then you can access your primary number from either phone any time through the DIGITS app.  Manage all your DIGITS here: https://mydigits.t-mobile.com

 

If you want each phone to simply share the same primary number and you don’t need high-speed data on the second device then you can pair your number with another device for just $10 a month using a Data with Paired DIGITS plan.

 

*Data with Paired DIGITS comes with unlimited data at 512 kbs.

Wearables FAQ

A wearable tends to be the label for a broader category that includes a variety of wearable tech such as activity trackers like Fitbit, Bluetooth non-connected watches like the earlier series Apple watch, and connected smartwatches that let you leave behind your handset (and perform similar functions), but stay connected like the Samsung Gear S3 and Apple Watch Series 3.

A smartwatch uses a SIM, (usually embedded, sometimes will actually require a SIM card), and network connection to provide features similar to a smartphone, without actually having to be connected to any handset. The idea is to leave the phone behind and still stay connected! Smartwatch features typically include the ability to call/text contacts, check social media, stream music, get news updates, make mobile payments, track activity and utilize your favorite apps.

A Bluetooth device means you can’t completely leave your phone behind – you do still need to have your watch connected to your handset to utilize the watch features.

Activity trackers are just what they sound like - they track your activity. These do not provide access to features such as being able to call or text contacts, make mobile payments, stream music, receive notifications, check social media feeds, check on news, etc. A smartwatch allows you to do all of this while leaving your phone behind, plus also will provide activity tracking so you only need to wear one device to get all the benefits!

DIGITS from T-Mobile are your phone numbers without the limits of traditional phone numbers. For wearables, we recommend the Data with Paired DIGITS plan because it will pair your primary T-Mobile phone number with a wearable with unlimited data (512 Kbps). You will get all your calls and text on both devices and when you call our text from your wearable, it will show as coming from your primary mobile number, and not some random number your friends won’t recognize.

Absolutely! Just visit us at t-mobile.com, any T-Mobile retail store or call care and we’ll get you set up.

Data with Paired DIGITS lets you use your main on device that use a SIM but can’t run the app, like wearables or a feature phone. For example, wearables do not have a way to download the DIGITS app, so if you would like to pair your main number with your wearable, just sign up for the Data with Paired DIGITS plan and enjoy unlimited data that runs at 512kb, perfect for a wearable.

The Data with Paired DIGITS plan gives your smartwatch unlimited data and the same number as your phone. Any calls or messages to your primary cell phone number will go to both your phone and your smartwatch, and anytime you call or text from your smartwatch it also comes from your primary cell phone number. Data with Paired DIGITS works all the time so you can leave your phone in the locker while you work out and never miss a call or text.

The T-Mobile ONE Wearable plans also gives your smartwatch data wherever you go, but instead of using your primary phone number they give your smartwatch its own number. This option is recommended if the person using the smartwatch doesn’t have a phone, say it’s for your kid as their first device.


  • Data with Paired DIGITS plan. All calls and texts made from the wearable come from your primary cell phone number. All incoming calls and texts to your phone’s number will ring both your phone and your wearable. High speed for the Apple Watch Series 3, and 512 Kbps on all other smartwatches. On all T-Mobile plans, during congestion, the small fraction of customers using >50GB/mo. may notice reduced speeds until next bill cycle due to data prioritization.
  • The T-Mobile ONE Wearable Plans. All calls and texts made from the wearable come from their own number. Only calls and text to the wearable’s number will ring it, unless you are Bluetooth connected to your phone and have set it up to ring the wearable.

Yes, your wearable should be able to sync with your non-TMO device using Bluetooth, assuming coverage in your area is adequate from the other carrier. Samsung Gear S3 can be paired with both iOS and Android devices.

If you use Data with Paired DIGITS for your wearable it must be paired to a T-Mobile phone number on the same account to use that phone number for calls and texts.

Yes, it will work the same as your primary line’s features. All calls and texts are billed at the same rate as part of your primary phone number.

Currently Data with Paired DIGITS devices are able to roam anywhere in North America. However, functionality may vary by device, i.e. the new Apple Watch is for use in the US only, and does not have roaming capabilities.

Yes, your wearable will work just like your voice line in terms of Caller ID.

BFD will be applicable to the voice lines if the customer is on a BFD eligible plan.

A wearable tends to be the label for a broader category that includes a variety of wearable tech such as activity trackers like Fitbit, Bluetooth non-connected watches like the earlier series Apple watch, and connected smartwatches that let you leave behind your handset (and perform similar functions), but stay connected like the Samsung Gear S3 and Apple Watch Series 3.

A smartwatch uses a SIM, (usually embedded, sometimes will actually require a SIM card), and network connection to provide features similar to a smartphone, without actually having to be connected to any handset. The idea is to leave the phone behind and still stay connected! Smartwatch features typically include the ability to call/text contacts, check social media, stream music, get news updates, make mobile payments, track activity and utilize your favorite apps.

A Bluetooth device means you can’t completely leave your phone behind – you do still need to have your watch connected to your handset to utilize the watch features.

Activity trackers are just what they sound like - they track your activity. These do not provide access to features such as being able to call or text contacts, make mobile payments, stream music, receive notifications, check social media feeds, check on news, etc. A smartwatch allows you to do all of this while leaving your phone behind, plus also will provide activity tracking so you only need to wear one device to get all the benefits!

DIGITS from T-Mobile are your phone numbers without the limits of traditional phone numbers. For wearables, we recommend the Data with Paired DIGITS plan because it will pair your primary T-Mobile phone number with a wearable with unlimited data (512 Kbps). You will get all your calls and text on both devices and when you call our text from your wearable, it will show as coming from your primary mobile number, and not some random number your friends won’t recognize.

Absolutely! Just visit us at t-mobile.com, any T-Mobile retail store or call care and we’ll get you set up.

Data with Paired DIGITS lets you use your main on device that use a SIM but can’t run the app, like wearables or a feature phone. For example, wearables do not have a way to download the DIGITS app, so if you would like to pair your main number with your wearable, just sign up for the Data with Paired DIGITS plan and enjoy unlimited data that runs at 512kb, perfect for a wearable.

The Data with Paired DIGITS plan gives your smartwatch unlimited data and the same number as your phone. Any calls or messages to your primary cell phone number will go to both your phone and your smartwatch, and anytime you call or text from your smartwatch it also comes from your primary cell phone number. Data with Paired DIGITS works all the time so you can leave your phone in the locker while you work out and never miss a call or text.

The T-Mobile ONE Wearable plans also gives your smartwatch data wherever you go, but instead of using your primary phone number they give your smartwatch its own number. This option is recommended if the person using the smartwatch doesn’t have a phone, say it’s for your kid as their first device.


  • Data with Paired DIGITS plan. All calls and texts made from the wearable come from your primary cell phone number. All incoming calls and texts to your phone’s number will ring both your phone and your wearable. High speed for the Apple Watch Series 3, and 512 Kbps on all other smartwatches. On all T-Mobile plans, during congestion, the small fraction of customers using >50GB/mo. may notice reduced speeds until next bill cycle due to data prioritization.
  • The T-Mobile ONE Wearable Plans. All calls and texts made from the wearable come from their own number. Only calls and text to the wearable’s number will ring it, unless you are Bluetooth connected to your phone and have set it up to ring the wearable.

Yes, your wearable should be able to sync with your non-TMO device using Bluetooth, assuming coverage in your area is adequate from the other carrier. Samsung Gear S3 can be paired with both iOS and Android devices.

If you use Data with Paired DIGITS for your wearable it must be paired to a T-Mobile phone number on the same account to use that phone number for calls and texts.

Yes, it will work the same as your primary line’s features. All calls and texts are billed at the same rate as part of your primary phone number.

Currently Data with Paired DIGITS devices are able to roam anywhere in North America. However, functionality may vary by device, i.e. the new Apple Watch is for use in the US only, and does not have roaming capabilities.

Yes, your wearable will work just like your voice line in terms of Caller ID.

BFD will be applicable to the voice lines if the customer is on a BFD eligible plan.

Limited-time offer; subject to change. Compatible device & qualifying service required. 1 non-DIGITS line required. App download may be required. Without T-Mobile ONE Plus/ONE Plus International, free DIGITS Talk & Text line may increase to $10 with AutoPay, $15 without, after 30 days unless you call 611 to cancel your free DIGITS Talk & Text line. Pricing reflects AutoPay discount; without AutoPay, $5 more/line. Up to 5 numbers per device and up to 5 devices per number. DIGITS supports 911 but calls and texts to 911 work best from your landline or primary cell phone/number and without using Wi-Fi; always provide your actual location and callback number to 911 operator; callback may be answered by others sharing your DIGITS line. See DIGITS Terms of Use for additional 911 information.