Mobile Apps

My Tcell

Do you trust only yourself? Do you want to manage your own services and options? Optimize data plan and manage services in a single click

«My Tcell» - a personal account, which allows you to control communication services directly from your mobile phone's screen. 

The initial download of the application is charged according to the tariff rates or existing package traffic spends. Further downloading and updating of the information in the application is free of charge for all Tcell subscribers. The app can work offline (without an active Internet session), the user can enable and disable services.

The application is available to view and manage:

The application can replace a variety of consulting services, such as call center (7070 and 8080) and front office services.
The app is available for both consumer customers and for businesses.
Within the home area, data traffic for using "My Tcell" application has no fee. In roaming data traffic is charged according to the roaming tariffs.
Application can be used on Android, iOS, Java platform, which is available for download on Google Play, App Store, as well as on page The app is also available on the website

ATTENTION: Access to Detailed billing report and other registration data is provided after authorization on the website or in the application. The instruction for obtaining it is indicated in the section «Instruction for authorization». Please note that the Detailed billing report can be obtained only for the current and previous months.

End-user license agreement (EULA) for the self-service of the mobile application (PDF)

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