T-Mobile announced it’s adding 130 more cities to its $50/month home internet pilot service. Now, households in certain cities in Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, West Virginia and Wisconsin will be able to take advantage of T-Mobile’s all-in home internet.
This new service will offer 50 Mbps home internet (due to “LTE network and spectrum capacity constraints”) for $50 a month with no data cap. T-Mobile is quick to add that the new 5G home internet services will be far faster when it launches. T-Mobile says this service comes with no annual contracts, no data caps, no hidden fees, no price hikes, and no hardware costs.
T-Mobile Home Internet is just $50/month all-in and features many of the same benefits that have made T-Mobile the fastest growing wireless provider for the past seven years:
- Self-installation. That means there’s no need for installers to come to your home.
- Taxes and fees included.
- No annual service contracts.
- No maddening “introductory” price offers. What you pay at sign-up is what you’ll pay as long as you have service.
- No hardware rental, sign-up fee or installation costs (because set-up is so easy!).
- No data caps.
- Customer support from the team that consistently ranks #1 in customer service satisfaction year after year.
T-Mobile introduced the plan last year, starting with just 50,000 households as an invite-only pilot program.
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