The title says it all: Can I still stack refill cards?
I didn't see the ability on the tmo website....
After I heard about AT&T giving up.
Recommend using CS to help you.
Tried it by dialing 611 and using automated system.
2 * $25 cards gave me 2 x 150 minutes NOT 460 Minutes!!
Had to deal with Tmo CS Xmas Day (India ? or PR .. would not reveal continent) and made me feel like they are doing me a favor "one time" to go back into my account and stack the cards together.
I see my account now has an additional 500 minutes in lieu of the 300 originally posted.
I hate all offshore CS.
Merry Merry to you.
Last edited by hpmaster; 12-25-2010 at 06:31 PM. Reason: added information
Be aware that "stacking" to a T-Mo Prepaid user means adding two or more cards at the same time to give you the benefits of the next card/refill size up, as opposed to the kind of stacking that allows you to add multiple refills and have them act sequentially, especially with regard to expiration or end-of-service dates. Just in case that wasn't clear.
Sorry to bump an old thread, but you think they would warn you on the web page that you can't stack there. What a pain.
OK, it's a year later and time to refill again. This time I called 611, and the automated refill gives no option to stack them. So I guess you have to buy the amount you want to refill as one card, or deal with CS hell.
Kind of a bummer for me as most of the stores around me charge sales tax on refill cards, and the one place I know of that doesn't (OfficeMax) only stocks $10 and $30 cards.