Manage Your Wireless Account With the My CC App

Looking for an easy way to manage your Consumer Cellular wireless account right from the palm of your hand? Then use the free My CC app on your Android smartphone or iPhone. The My CC app comes pre-installed on most phones purchased from Consumer Cellular, or it can be downloaded at either the App Store or Google Play store.

With the My CC app, you can conveniently track your usage, pay your bill, sign up for paperless billing, or change your monthly plans if you need to. You can call our award-winning customer support with the touch of a button, or find answers using our online knowledge base of frequently asked questions. You can even connect to our website to find products, retail locations, and more.

In addition, AARP members or customers who sign up for extra services can view their membership information, and even renew when the time comes, all right from the app.

Take control of your wireless service by using the My CC App. It’s convenient, easy to navigate, and it’s absolutely free!

48 Thoughts on "Manage Your Wireless Account With the My CC App"

  1. Scott says

    How do I stop robo calls on my phone

    reply to Scott

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Scott, thank you for posting. If you’re not able to block the calls on your phone directly, or the calls are always coming in with a different number, then you may need to download a third-party call blocking app to block the robo calls. There should be a number available within the App store that you can download.

      reply to Nicole

      • Rita Ihly says

        I have a landline and a cell all under my Consumer Cellular phone number. I have an ATT 3-phone cordless and a Moto E4Plus. Inundated with robo on the cordless. Do I have any option, or just not answer my phone?
        Thank You
        Rita

        reply to Rita

        • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

          Hi Rita, thank you for posting. I’m sorry to hear that you’re receiving unwanted robo calls to your phone. We do not have a system in place to block incoming calls, but you can have the call added to the National Do Not Call Registry, if you haven’t already, by calling (888) 382-1222 from the landline phone. You can also file a complaint with the FCC on their website here, once they are back up and running.

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    • Leevon Gilmore says

      I need help with these Robots call.

      reply to Leevon

      • Hi Leevon, thanks for your post. We understand your concern with robo calls. Because we are a reseller, we do not own the networks that we use for service and are not able to make changes to the network to block robo calls. If you are receiving robo calls, then you can block the incoming numbers depending on your device, or download a call blocking app if available for your phone. You can also report the number to the FCC on their website. We appreciate your feedback and hope you have a great day.

        reply to Jacob

  2. Robert E. Judd says

    If I sign up for wireless on my iPhone will all my emails go to my iPhone of which I do not what.I would like it if I had to use it I could including maps and weather and sending a personal email if we are away from home.

    reply to Robert

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Robert, to use your own iPhone with our service it will need to be unlocked and able to use a SIM card. While we can’t guarantee compatibility, iPhones generally work on our service. If you sign up for service with one of our Connect plans, you would be able to access your email, maps, and weather when away from home.

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    • Roberta fleming says

      How to block robo-calls??r

      reply to Roberta

      • Hi Roberta, thanks for your question. Depending on your phone, you can block the numbers as they come in, and if you have a smartphone, you can also download a third-party application to help filter those calls as well. The best thing you can do though is not answering those calls to help it look like the number isn’t active and they mark it as such.

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  3. sch says

    I have alerts set up to notify me of overages…I am NOT receiving these alerts .
    I have been charged at the next level of service two times now, even though I keep a close watch on my phone for overages. Any help would be appreciated..

    reply to sch

    • Ashley at Consumer Cellular says

      Thank you for reaching out to us! You can review your alert settings in the My Account section, or we can help you confirm the details at 888-345-5509. Just select the option that is most convenient for you. We appreciate you taking the time to comment today!

      reply to Ashley

  4. Betty says

    Why worry about overages if its unlimited?

    reply to Betty

    • Ashley at Consumer Cellular says

      Thanks for posting, Betty. We offer unlimited minutes and texting with many of our plans, but we don’t offer unlimited data at this time. The My CC app is a great way to stay on top of your usage, and make any changes to your plan as needed. We appreciate you reaching out to us today!

      reply to Ashley

  5. Mary Gibson says

    How does wifi work with my cellular phone service

    reply to Mary

    • Ashley at Consumer Cellular says

      Great question, Mary! When you connect your smartphone to a Wi-Fi network, your phone will use that connection to access the internet rather than use cellular data. That way, you won’t use any data from your plan. It’s a great way to make your monthly plan go farther, and save your data for when you’re away from home. Thanks for posting!

      reply to Ashley

  6. Anne Foley says

    Why does my phone say no service?

    reply to Anne

    • Ashley at Consumer Cellular says

      We’re sorry to hear that you’re experiencing an issue with our service, Anne. Please try turning your phone off, then back on again, ideally outdoors or near a window. This will allow it to reconnect to a nearby tower with a strong signal. If that doesn’t resolve the issue, please feel free to chat with us here. Thank you for reaching out to us today!

      reply to Ashley

  7. Willie E Bradford says

    Consumer Cellular is one of the best phone companies I have had the opportunity to be a customer with. Thanks

    reply to Willie

  8. Richard Runion says

    Any chance of CC providing a discounted call blocker app available on app store?

    reply to Richard

  9. rickey J troutman says

    I just got the alcatel phone and it is a nice phone but the letters and numbers are WAY to small, I really liked the doro 626 but you might know they quit making those, people with not good eye sight needs one they can see, please help!

    reply to rickey

    • Ashley at Consumer Cellular says

      We appreciate your feedback, Rickey! We do have the latest version of the Doro available, the Doro 7050. You can learn more about it here. If you’d like to make the switch to the new Doro option, just give us a call and we’ll be happy to assist you. Thanks for posting!

      reply to Ashley

  10. Giovanna OGary says

    when will you offer unlimited data?

    reply to Giovanna

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      That’s a great question, Giovanna! We don’t have plans to offer unlimited data at this time but we appreciate your feedback. We have made changes to our plans to allow for more data usage in the past, so be sure to keep an eye out.

      reply to Nicole

  11. bryant welch says

    Ad c c. App to my account

    reply to bryant

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Bryant, there isn’t anything that needs to be added to your account for you to use the My CC App. If you’re having trouble with it, I recommend giving us a call at 888-345-5509 or starting a live chat with us here.

      reply to Nicole

  12. Leonard Loffredo says

    We have 2 LG K 30 ‘s hope they will work fine with CC

    reply to Leonard

    • Thanks for your post, Leonard! If your LG phones are unlocked from the original provider and able to take a SIM card, they may work with our network. Due to a large number of models of phones available on the market, we cannot guarantee that all of them will be compatible, however, our agents will do all they can to see if we can get that up and running for you.

      reply to Jacob

  13. Donna says

    I downloaded the MyCC app. I put in my cell number but I don’t know what my password is.

    reply to Donna

    • Hi Donna, if you haven’t done so already, you may need to set up your online account so that you can sign in via the app. If you need to get the online account going you can go here to get that going. Otherwise, if you do have an online account set up, simply select the forgot password option and you can reset your password that way.

      reply to Jacob

  14. m f moon says

    How do I get my password accepted. Nothing seems to help.

    reply to m

  15. Jim says

    if I buy a phone with internet access and I have wifi will it be able to log on or do I have to buy a internet access plan..?

    reply to Jim

    • Hi Jim, that’s a great question to ask! If you purchase a smartphone, you can definitely connect it to your home WiFi account. You would want a data plan added if you wanted to use the internet away from home and if you’re interested in sending and receiving texts.

      reply to Jacob

  16. Every time I try to hook up or call you guys I can't get you and always mess with my password says

    Every time I try to hook up or call you guys I can’t get you and always mess with my password

    reply to Every

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Robert, if you’re having difficulty reaching our customer service team over the phone, we can also be reached via chat here. Additionally, if you need to reset your online account password, that can be done online here.

      reply to Nicole

    • Kathleen says

      Is there any way to block all texts from email addresses? I just started receiving email texts and I block them as they come in, however they are coming from several different hotmail accounts.

      reply to Kathleen

      • Hi Kathleen, thanks for your question. We don’t have a way to block out a specific group of messages coming in, like the ones coming from an email. Depending on your phone, you should be able to block them like you would a number that you don’t want to have come in. You may also be able to download an app to help with filtering those messages as well.

        reply to Jacob

  17. David Nuttle says

    I have a current account for a flip-phone costing me $28.84 monthly.
    What would be the monthly cost for me to now change to an Samsung iPhone? I assume you would need to send me a chip to activate my iPhone. Please advise.

    reply to David

    • Hi David, great question! The change of cost would depend on if you end up changing your plan, and if you do make any changes, what your plan ends up being will determine the final cost. If you have a phone already, all we’d need to do is send you one of our free SIM cards. If you’re looking to purchase a phone from us, the cost would depend on the model selected. If you have any questions or want to get this ordered through us, give us a call at 800-686-4460.

      reply to Jacob

  18. CGC says

    I want my mom to download Words With Friends on her consumer cellular smart phone so we can play each other. How can she do that? I don’t live in her town and can’t travel to her at this time.

    reply to CGC

  19. Colleen Anderson says

    My new flip phone from consumer cellular worked for awhile and now it is dead!!! What do I do now??

    reply to Colleen

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Hi Colleen, I recommend connecting your phone to the charger for at least a few hours, and then hold down the red “End Call” button on the keypad for about 10 seconds. If the phone doesn’t power back on, I recommend giving us a call at 888-345-5509 or starting a live chat with us here.

      reply to Nicole

  20. Lisa says

    love my new phone. cheaper serivce

    reply to Lisa

  21. Joyce Jackson says

    I can’t get in

    reply to Joyce

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