In March 2019, T-Mobile announced that they have started to test home Internet services using LTE. At the time, this program offered LTE home Internet to 50,000 households to begin testing out T-Mobile’s hardware ahead of their 5G home Internet service launch. Since that announcement, T-Mobile has slowly been rolling out invites to the service. This week T-Mobile reached out to a new group of testers to invite them to test out their home Internet service.
“We’ve tripled our LTE coverage as we work to create a network where everyone in America has access to fast and reliable home internet, no matter where they live,” T-Mobile says in a statement on its website.
This new T-Mobile Home Internet service offers 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 service will be far faster when it launches. According to T-Mobile, this service comes with no annual contracts, no data caps, no hidden fees, no price hikes, and no hardware costs.
This could be an excellent option for Americans living in markets with data caps. Using T-Mobile Home Internet could give you an opportunity to stream all you want without worrying about your data cap.
So if you been hoping for an invite to test out T-Mobile’s new home internet service make sure to check your email. Want to see if T-Mobile Home Internet is available in your area? You can do so by visiting T-Mobile’s website HERE.
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