T-Mobile is one of the most popular network companies around the world, including in the United States, Germany, and more. The company has a lot of campaigns and network plans for users. While the company has 106.42 million mobile phone customers, it also has a T-Mobile 5G Home Internet service in the United States. Also, the company claims that it is America’s fastest growing Home Internet Provider. While the brand offers 5G Home Internet to 35 million homes in the United States until recently, it expands the service to 70 cities and towns. Here are the details about T-Mobile’s 5G Home Internet service.
T-Mobile brings 5G Home Internet to the Midwest
With this expansion of 5G Home Internet, the brand aims to bring the service to an additional 6 million homes across the Midwest. T-Mobile makes the service available starting this week. The service is available in 70 cities and towns in Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Thanks to the expansion, T-Mobile’s Home Internet service is now available in more than 40 million homes nationwide.
The company offers home internet service for just $50 per month with AutoPay enabled. If you have the Magenta MAX, you can get an additional $20 off Home Internet every month. Another advantage is that the service does away with taxes or monthly fees and there are no equipment costs, nor annual contracts.
If you would like to use the service, you can test it for 15 days for free. Additionally, T-Mobile will provide you with up to $500 to cover any early termination fees, if you have a contract with another carrier. When you purchase the 5G Home Internet service, it is simple to set up, you don’t need to wait for installation. You can just download the app and connect in a few minutes.
Here is the list of available 70 locations you can subscribe to the service:
- Illinois: Bloomington, Canton, Centralia, Champaign, Charleston, Chicago, Danville, Decatur, Dixon, Elgin, Freeport, Galesburg, Jacksonville, Kankakee, Lake County, Lincoln, Mount Vernon, Ottawa, Peoria, Pontiac, Quincy, Rochelle, Rockford, Springfield, and Sterling.
- Michigan: Adrian, Alma, Alpena, Ann Arbor, Battle Creek, Bay City, Big Rapids, Coldwater, Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, Hillsdale, Holland, Houghton, Iron Mountain, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Ludington, Marquette, Midland, Monroe, Mount Pleasant, Muskegon, Niles, Owosso, Saginaw, and Warren.
- Wisconsin: Appleton, Beaver Dam, Eau Claire, Fond Du Lac, Green Bay, Janesville, La Crosse, Madison, Manitowoc, Menomonie, Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Racine, Sheboygan, Stevens Point, Watertown, and Whitewater.