T-Mobile on Monday said it would expand Home Internet to more than 130 additional cities and towns across Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
Last month, T-Mobile expanded the company’s home broadband pilot to more than 20 million households.
T-Mobile said it is also preparing to launch commercial 5G Home Internet service next year.
“Home broadband has been broken for far too long, especially for those in rural areas, and it’s time that cable and telco ISPs have some competition,” said Dow Draper, T-Mobile EVP, Emerging Products.
Benefits of T-Mobile Home Internet that is priced at $50 per month.
# Taxes and fees included
# No annual service contracts
# No hardware rental
# No sign-up fee or installation costs
# No data caps
Customers give T-Mobile Home Internet an average Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 42, compared to –75 for their previous provider. Seventy-three percent report saving money with T-Mobile Home Internet, with 50 percent saving more than $30 per month.
T-Mobile said it is preparing to launch 5G Home Internet commercially nationwide, covering more than 50 percent of U.S. households within six years and providing a badly needed alternative to incumbent cable and telco ISPs.