We're sorry to see you go! Please follow the steps below to cancel service with Republic Wireless from your My Account portal.
Before You Cancel
Are you keeping your phone number?
If you want to keep your phone number, you'll need to transfer it to another provider BEFORE you cancel your service with Republic Wireless.
Once your number has been transferred to your new provider, you'll receive an email confirmation. Service with Republic for that phone line will automatically be canceled when your transfer is complete—no need to come back and cancel.
Have you reviewed our policies?
Please review the following documents before canceling:
- Our Money Back Guarantee
- Our Terms of Service
- The return and replacement policy for your phone or accessory:
Are you eligible for a refund?
- If you're within our Money Back Guarantee
Your first monthly plan charge will be refunded.
- If you're outside our Money Back Guarantee
We're unable to refund or prorate monthly plan charges for account cancellations. If this is the only active line on your account, your transfer out must be completed and your account canceled before your next billing date in order to avoid being charged for an additional month of service.
If you're canceling an individual service line and still have active lines on your account, you will receive a prorated refund of your monthly plan charge for the remaining days up to your bill cycle date.
Are you sure you're ready to cancel?
Once your line of service has been canceled, your phone number and any service-plan discounts associated with that line will be lost. If you'd like to keep your phone number, you can transfer it to another provider before canceling with Republic. If you want to cancel more than one phone line, each line must be canceled individually.
After you've cancelled the last line of service, your Republic Wireless account will also be closed. You'll still have access to My Account for 30 days after you complete the cancellation process for your last line of service.
Note: If you want to return any accessories still under the Money Back Guarantee when you cancel your Republic service, a separate accessories return request must be submitted. Please see our Accessory Return and Replacement Policy for more info.
Are you canceling for someone else?
If you're canceling Republic service for a deceased Republic member, the executor will need to send an email to email@example.com with the member's name, phone number (if you have it), and a copy of the member's legal death certificate.
Member accounts and service cannot be canceled by non-account holders for any other reason. If you have questions, please contact Republic Help.
Cancel a Line of Service
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|Follow the below step-by-step tutorial|
Sign into My Account.
Hover over My Account to display the dropdown menu.
In the dropdown menu, click My Phones.
Under the phone whose service you'd like to cancel, click Available Actions.
From the dropdown menu that appears, click the Cancel Service button.
Select an answer from the list of reasons for canceling. We'd like your feedback to help make Republic a better service.
Click the Yes, I want to cancel this phone line checkbox to confirm that you've reviewed the Terms and Conditions and want to cancel your phone line.
(To review the Terms and Conditions, click the link or scroll to the bottom of the page to read more info about canceling your line.)
If this is the last phone line on your account and you'd like to close your account, please also click the Yes, please cancel my account checkbox.
Click the Complete Cancellation button.
Confirm your cancellation and click the Yes, I'm sure button if you're ready to cancel.
(If you'd like to transfer your number, click on the transfer it out link and click the Abort Cancellation button.)
This screen will also remind you whether or not you're in warranty for our Money Back Guarantee.
After you've submitted your cancellation, you'll receive an email with final cancellation details.
If you have any problems or questions, please contact Republic Help.