Welcome to the team! T-Mobile offers some of the best benefits available, period! You get amazing benefits, discounts and perks for you and your family and they’re the same whether you work for T-Mobile or MetroPCS.

In addition to medical, dental, and vision coverage, you have access to additional benefits for your health, your future, your life and your extras. For an overview of all the benefits that T-Mobile offers you, and to take it home to discuss with your family, check out our printable Benefits Guide.

This website (Benefits Hub) focuses on the benefits that you get to choose. Before we jump into the details, there are a few important things to get out of the way.

Your benefits start on the first day of the month after you’ve worked for 30 days. For example, if you’re hired on October 15 your benefits will start on December 1. The exception is company-paid life insurance as that begins on your first day.

It takes a few days for our records to update once you start, so wait until about "day five" on the job to try to enroll. Your enrollment window ends on your Benefits Effective Date, so don’t miss out.

You can add eligible dependents to your coverage including a spouse, a domestic partner (same- or opposite-sex), a dependent child under the age of 26 (biological, adopted, stepchild, child of a domestic partner, a child for whom you’re a legal guardian), or a child over age 26 if they are disabled and qualify for coverage. All enrolled dependents will go through a dependent verification process to determine eligibility for coverage.

Your To-Do List

Click the hyperlinks on the left side to find out more information about each item benefit. And when you’re ready to sign up, go to the Enroll tab to get started.

Most Employees
(except Hawaii)

You have the choice of three medical plans that offer great coverage. Plus each plan is offered by either Aetna or UnitedHealthcare so you can choose the insurance company that’s right for you.

If you do nothing else, take these two steps to choose your medical plan:

  1. Pick Your Plan
  2. Pick Your Insurance Company

Quick Tip! The Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) is the best option for the majority of T-Mobile employees.

Hawaii Employees

You have the choice of two medical plans that offer great coverage, both offered through HMSA.


You have two plans to choose from and they both provide the same level of benefit and cover the same services.

Quick Tip! The PPO Network Dental Plan is the best option for the majority of T-Mobile employees.


You have one plan option – decide if you want coverage.

Healthcare FSA

Choose how much to save in the Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA).

Dependent Care FSA

Choose how much to save in the Dependent Care FSA if you have child or elder care needs.

Childcare Subsidy

Sign up for Free Money for Childcare if your gross annual household income is $99,000 or less.

Life and Disability Insurance

Decide if you’d like to purchase extra coverage on top of what T-Mobile provides.


Watch your mail for information from Fidelity about your 401(k) options. Information will arrive 2-3 weeks after you’re hired.

Still need help deciding?
For in–depth plan questions: Call your Health Pro! They’re available from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pacific time, Monday through Friday.at (855) 496-0071.

For basic questions or to enroll: Call the T-Mobile Benefits Center at (855) TMO-BENS (855-866-2367) from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific time, Monday through Friday.