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  1. Registering for a My Account Profile Registering for a My Account profile makes it easy to manage your account online by providing access to your bill, usage history, mobile numbers and devices. With a My Account profile, you're... Date Updated: 07/18/2016
  2. Who Can Access Your C Spire Account There are three levels of access for a consumer account: Account Holder Authorized Signer Subscriber Account Holder – The Account Holder is the person responsible for paying the bill and can perform... Date Updated: 01/07/2016
  3. Lost or Stolen Device If your device is lost or stolen, contact us as soon as possible by calling 1-855-CSPIRE5 (277-4735). From the time we're notified, we'll automatically reject any calls or usage made from your... Date Updated: 07/29/2016
  4. Viewing the Details for Each of Your Lines When you manage your C Spire account online, you can view the billing and usage details for each of your lines. Sign in to your online account and look in the Do column on the right side of the... Date Updated: 06/02/2016
  5. Short Codes For Account Information Dial these short codes from your C Spire phone for account information. You can check your minutes used, hear your balance and pay your bill. Date Updated: 05/23/2016
  6. Your Billing and Payment History Updated When you manage your account online, you have access to 18 months of billing and payment history. This means you can view and print copies of the last 18 bills and see the dates, amounts and type of... Date Updated: 09/26/2016
  7. Stop Getting a Paper Bill When you register to manage your account online , you can choose whether you would like to receive your bill by email or regular postal mail. You can also change this setting at any time. Here's how... Date Updated: 05/27/2016