T-Mobile Home Internet availability is expanding again today, reaching major new cities like Detroit, Minneapolis, and Pittsburgh.
T-Mobile says that its Home Internet service is now available in more than 130 new cities and towns. This is the second big expansion of T-Mobile's Home Internet that we've seen lately, with the service going live in more than 450 cities just one month go.
The cities getting new access to T-Mobile Home Internet today are in states like Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. The full list of new cities is available below.
T-Mobile Home Internet service uses T-Mo's 4G LTE network to provide internet service to your home. It's priced at $50 per month with autopay, a price that includes taxes and fees, and T-Mobile touts that there are no installation costs, no hardware rental fees, and no service contracts. There are no data caps with the service, either.
When it comes to speeds, T-Mobile has said that customers are guaranteed average download speeds of 25Mbps, but it expects that most subscribers will get speeds of 50Mbps. T-Mo is planning to launch 5G Home Internet service next year, which should help to boost speeds even further.
Because it's using T-Mobile's 4G LTE wireless network, this Home Internet service could be especially appealing to those in rural areas. Many people living in rural markets don't have access to high-speed broadband internet in their home because the ISPs in the area aren't providing that service to consumers.
You can go here to learn more about T-Mobile Home Internet and see if service is available in your area.