T-Mobile 5G Home Internet promises $50/month lifetime rate, $20 off for phone subscribers, covering fees for switchers

T-5G Mobile’s Home Internet has been available for just over a year, and the Uncarrier has announced a series of upgrades to make the service more compelling than ever. T-Mobile aims to provide users the “freedom to move” from their current internet provider by offering a free trial, up to $500 in early termination charge coverage, a $50/month lifetime price lock, and even $50 off an Apple TV.

T-Mobile increased the coverage of its 5G Home Internet from 30 to 40 million homes at the end of April.

And, today, at its Internet Freedom Uncarrier event, T-Mobile launched a major campaign to entice new consumers to test out the service, which includes:

  • Free 15-day 5G Home Internet trial
  • Zero cost to cancel your broadband (up to $500)
  • $50/month price lock for life (for both Home and Business plans)
  • $30/month for existing Magenta Max plan customers

Additional promotions include:

  • $50 off any streaming device including Apple TV
  • 50% off YouTube TV for a year
  • Access to T-Mobile Tuesday deals

T-Mobile also announced that its 5G Business Internet is now accessible across the United States where its cellular service is offered.

T-Mobile promotes the following 5G Home Internet features:

  • $50/month with AutoPay, period. No added taxes or fees. No equipment fees. No contracts. No surprises or exploding bills.
  • Fast and unlimited. With expected average speeds of 100 Mbps for most new customers, it’ll handle all your home’s needs, with unlimited data and no caps.
  • 5G powered. T-Mobile ships a 4G/5G gateway to your home.
  • Easy to setup. Plug it in, download the app and follow a few simple instructions. You’re online in minutes.
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Peter Graham
Peter Grahamhttps://fix-iphones.com
Hi there! I'm Peter, a software engineer and tech enthusiast with over 10 years of experience in the field. I have a passion for sharing my knowledge and helping others understand the latest developments in the tech world. When I'm not coding, you can find me hiking or trying out the latest gadgets.

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