T-Mobile Home Internet service expands to more than 450 additional cities and towns


A few months ago T-Mobile expanded its Home Internet trial, opening it in Grand Rapids, MI to anyone for the first time, even if they weren’t a T-Mo customer. Now T-Mobile Home Internet is expanding again, but in a much bigger way.

T-Mobile Home Internet is now available in parts of 450 cities and towns. This expansion means that T-Mo’s Home Internet service is open to an additional 20 million households.

Just like when the Home Internet pilot first began more than a year ago, T-Mobile’s in-home broadband service is priced at $50 per month with autopay. That price includes taxes and fees and there’s no service contracts, hardware rental costs, or installation costs.

With T-Mobile Home Internet, you’ll use T-Mo’s 4G LTE network for your home internet service. T-Mobile guarantees that Home Internet customers will get average download speeds of 25Mbps but expects that most will get 50Mbps or higher.

If you sign up for T-Mobile Home Internet, T-Mo says that you can install the service yourself. It also offers apps for both Android and iOS to help you set up and manage your Wi-Fi networks as well as monitor your internet connection quality and data usage. The apps also enable you to see all the devices that are connected to your network and manage when certain devices can connect to the network.

T-Mobile has been placing a heavy focus on its Home Internet service lately, pledging that as part of its merger with Sprint it would bring “real competition and real choice for in-home broadband to rural America.” Now T-Mo is going through with its plans by massively expanding its Home Internet service for the first time, hot on the heels of AT&T announcing that it’ll be phasing out DSL by ceasing sales of new connections, a move that could affect many in rural areas.

Looking ahead, T-Mobile says that it plans to launch 5G Home Internet service nationwide using the additional capacity it gained through the Sprint merger. There’s no date for that service’s launch yet, though.

Below is the list of new cities and towns where T-Mobile Home Internet is now available. If your city is on the list, you can begin signing up for the service here.


  • Jasper
  • Scottsboro
  • Alexander City
  • Fort Payne
  • Tuscaloosa
  • Birmingham-Hoover
  • Montgomery
  • Gadsden
  • Troy
  • Auburn-Opelika
  • Atmore
  • Dothan
  • Huntsville
  • Selma
  • Talladega-Sylacauga
  • Cullman
  • Daphne-Fairhope-Foley
  • Mobile
  • Decatur
  • Florence-Muscle Shoals
  • Anniston-Oxford
  • Albertville
  • Eufaula


  • Camden
  • Paragould
  • Jonesboro
  • Pine Bluff
  • Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers
  • Batesville
  • Hot Springs
  • Helena-West Helena
  • Arkadelphia
  • El Dorado
  • Magnolia
  • Hope
  • Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway
  • Russellville
  • Searcy
  • Blytheville
  • Forrest City
  • Malvern
  • Fort Smith


  • Eureka-Arcata
  • San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara
  • San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley
  • Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim
  • Salinas
  • Sacramento-Roseville-Folsom
  • San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad
  • Vallejo
  • Bakersfield
  • San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles
  • Susanville
  • Merced
  • Stockton
  • Chico
  • Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario
  • Fresno
  • Santa Rosa-Petaluma
  • Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura
  • Santa Maria-Santa Barbara
  • Modesto
  • Redding


  • Panama City
  • Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach
  • Jacksonville
  • Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater
  • The Villages
  • Gainesville
  • Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford
  • Tallahassee
  • Lakeland-Winter Haven
  • Key West
  • Port St. Lucie
  • Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent
  • Sebastian-Vero Beach
  • Clewiston
  • Homosassa Springs
  • Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach
  • Ocala
  • Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin
  • Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville


  • Americus
  • Jesup
  • Statesboro
  • Douglas
  • Thomasville
  • Dublin
  • Waycross
  • Bainbridge
  • Vidalia
  • Milledgeville
  • Cordele
  • Dalton
  • Savannah
  • Albany
  • Hinesville
  • Macon-Bibb County
  • Moultrie
  • Rome
  • Athens-Clarke County
  • St. Marys
  • Jefferson
  • Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta
  • Brunswick
  • Thomaston
  • Cornelia
  • Valdosta
  • Gainesville
  • Cedartown
  • Warner Robins
  • Columbus
  • LaGrange
  • Augusta-Richmond County


  • Davenport-Moline-Rock Island


  • Sterling
  • Mount Vernon
  • Decatur
  • Galesburg
  • Centralia
  • Bloomington
  • Carbondale-Marion
  • Peoria
  • Rockford
  • Springfield
  • Lincoln
  • Pontiac
  • Rochelle
  • Champaign-Urbana
  • Kankakee
  • Dixon
  • Jacksonville
  • Danville
  • Chicago-Naperville-Elgin
  • Quincy


  • Plymouth
  • Logansport
  • Peru
  • Huntington
  • Fort Wayne
  • Kendallville
  • Bedford
  • North Vernon
  • Madison
  • Washington
  • Jasper
  • Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson
  • Columbus
  • Wabash
  • Bloomington
  • Angola
  • Kokomo
  • Michigan City-La Porte
  • Vincennes
  • Elkhart-Goshen
  • Auburn
  • Decatur
  • Terre Haute
  • Lafayette-West Lafayette
  • Muncie
  • Evansville
  • South Bend-Mishawaka


  • Parsons
  • Garden City
  • Great Bend
  • Pittsburg
  • Emporia
  • Coffeyville
  • Lawrence
  • Wichita
  • Topeka
  • Atchison
  • Salina
  • Liberal
  • Dodge City
  • Manhattan
  • McPherson
  • Ottawa


  • Madisonville
  • Mount Sterling
  • Middlesborough
  • Central City
  • Mayfield
  • Maysville
  • Lexington-Fayette
  • Murray
  • Owensboro
  • London
  • Elizabethown-Fort Knox
  • Frankfort
  • Richmond-Berea
  • Bardstown
  • Paducah
  • Louisville/Jefferson County


  • Minden
  • New Orleans-Metairie
  • Baton Rouge
  • Bogalusa
  • Alexandria
  • Hammond
  • Shreveport-Bossier City
  • Natchitoches
  • Lake Charles
  • Houma-Thibodaux
  • Lafayette
  • Morga City
  • Monroe
  • Opelousas
  • Jennings
  • Fort Polk South
  • DeRidder


  • Marquette
  • Kalamazoo-Portage
  • Jackson
  • Monroe
  • Grand Rapids-Kentwood
  • Lansing-East Lansing
  • Flint
  • Sturgis
  • Houghton
  • Ludington
  • Adrian
  • Mount Pleasant
  • Battle Creek
  • Saginaw
  • Detroit-Warren-Dearborn
  • Bay City
  • Ann Arbor
  • Muskegon
  • Escanaba
  • Holland
  • Midland
  • Hillsdale
  • Sault Ste. Marie
  • Niles
  • Alma
  • Traverse City
  • Cadillac
  • Coldwater
  • Iron Mountain


  • Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington


  • Farmington
  • Kirksville
  • Moberly
  • Sikeston
  • Kennett
  • Poplar Bluff
  • Marshall
  • Jefferson City
  • Maryville
  • Columbia
  • Sedalia
  • Hannibal
  • Springfield
  • Warrensburg
  • Mexico
  • Joplin
  • Lebanon
  • Cape Girardeau
  • St. Louis
  • Kansas City
  • St. Joseph


  • Meridian
  • Clarksdale
  • Starkville
  • Brookhaven
  • Jackson
  • Oxford
  • Laurel
  • Columbus
  • Corinth
  • Grenada
  • Indianola
  • Cleveland
  • Tupelo
  • McComb
  • Greenville
  • Hattiesburg
  • West Point
  • Vicksburg
  • Greenwood
  • Gulfport-Biloxi
  • Natchez

North Carolina

  • Marion
  • Rockingham
  • Winston-Salem
  • Wilmington
  • Goldsboro
  • Roanoke Rapids
  • North Wilkesboro
  • Albemarle
  • Kinston
  • Laurinburg
  • Fayetteville
  • Durham-Chapel Hill
  • Greensboro-High Point
  • Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton
  • Lumberton
  • Burlington
  • Jacksonville
  • Brevard
  • Raleigh-Cary
  • Shelby
  • Asheville
  • Boone
  • Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia

New Mexico

  • Las Cruces
  • Hobbs


  • Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise
  • Pahrump
  • Fallon
  • Elko
  • Carson City
  • Reno


  • Jackson
  • Athens
  • Cambridge
  • Coshocton
  • Portsmouth
  • Findlay
  • Chillicothe
  • Marietta
  • Bucyrus-Galion
  • Akron
  • Cleveland-Elyria
  • Dayton-Kettering
  • Columbus
  • Zanesville
  • Canton-Massillon
  • Toledo
  • Sandusky
  • Ashtabula
  • Norwalk
  • Tiffin
  • Washington Court House
  • Greenville
  • Wilmington
  • Salem
  • Wooster
  • Cincinnati
  • Youngstown-Warren-Boardman


  • Guymon
  • Elk City
  • Duncan
  • McAlester
  • Stillwater
  • Enid
  • Ada
  • Tulsa
  • Woodward
  • Tahlequah
  • Altus
  • Oklahoma City
  • Weatherford
  • Muskogee
  • Lawton
  • Durant
  • Ardmore
  • Bartlesville
  • Ponca City
  • Shawnee
  • Miami


  • Pittsburgh
  • New Castle

South Carolina

  • Greenwood
  • Orangeburg
  • Charleston-North Charleston
  • Bennettsville
  • Spartanburg
  • Greenville-Anderson
  • Columbia
  • Union
  • Sumter
  • Seneca
  • Florence
  • Newberry
  • Gaffney
  • Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach


  • Jackson
  • Martin
  • Dyersburg
  • Brownsville
  • Paris
  • Greeneville
  • Johnson City
  • Knoxville
  • Athens
  • Union City
  • Lawrenceburg
  • Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin
  • Crossville
  • McMinnville
  • Newport
  • Morristown
  • Lewisburg
  • Cleveland
  • Chattanooga
  • Clarksville
  • Memphis
  • Kingsport-Bristol


  • Eagle Pass
  • Borger
  • Levelland
  • Plainview
  • Zapata
  • Lubbock
  • Del Rio
  • Mount Pleasant
  • Kingsville
  • Laredo
  • Brownsville-Harlingen
  • Rio Grande City-Roma
  • Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land
  • El Paso
  • Waco
  • Jacksonville
  • McAllen-Edinburg-Mission
  • Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
  • Beaumont-Port Arthur
  • Pecos
  • Victoria
  • Wichita Falls
  • San Antonio-New Braunfels
  • Beeville
  • Brenham
  • Tyler
  • Austin-Round Rock-Georgetown
  • Longview
  • Lufkin
  • Corpus Christi
  • Sweetwater
  • Killeen-Temple
  • Alice
  • Huntsville
  • Paris
  • Nacogdoches
  • Hereford
  • Snyder
  • Fredericksburg
  • Pampa
  • Odessa
  • Amarillo
  • Pearsall
  • Bay City
  • Gainesville
  • Vernon
  • Big Spring
  • Abilene
  • Texarkana
  • Virginia
  • Danville


  • Appleton
  • Green Bay
  • Beaver Dam
  • Manitowoc
  • Fond du Lac
  • Janesville-Beloit
  • Milwaukee-Waukesha
  • Oshkosh-Neenah
  • Stevens Point
  • Eau Claire
  • Watertown-Fort Atkinson
  • Racine
  • Menomonie
  • Madison
  • Whitewater
  • La Crosse-Onalaska

West Virginia

  • Parkersburg-Vienna
  • Huntington-Ashland
  • Point Pleasant
  • Weirton-Steubenville
  • Wheeling

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  • dontsh00tmesanta

    Big cities

    • Shaun Michalak

      Nope..Marietta,OH only has a population of 13k people.. Definitely not a “big city”.. and that was just the 3rd city that I checked..

      • Dsgb Solo

        Probably… LOL

      • D P

        Definitely not all big cities but they are cities that have more than one broadband option available already. Several have towns within 10 miles that have no options.

      • dontsh00tmesanta

        How many more have you checked?

        • Shaun Michalak

          None.. I got lazy after the first three.. lol

        • dontsh00tmesanta

          Luckily for you, most are big cities….they need to hit the rural areas without access to “normal” high speed internet

        • Shaun Michalak

          I agree.. In all honestly, I expected to see more “rural” areas, small towns, etc on that list.. Some of the cities I saw on the list I knew were larger cities, so I did not even bother checking them.. I just checked the cities I was not familiar with..

        • dontsh00tmesanta

          Why the “rural”? It’s just rural.

        • Shaun Michalak

          I was kind of emphasizing more on the boonies, where there is nothing else (like farm land and a city block or more between houses), type of thing.. Not just small suburbs that can still be considered rural..

        • dontsh00tmesanta

          Suburbs are not rural. What you now correctly identifies as rural is indeed rural.

        • Shaun Michalak

          The definition of rural areas..

          “The terms ‘rural’ and ‘rural area’ mean a city, town, or unincorporated area that has a population of no more than 10,000 inhabitants.”

          So basically, a suburb subdivision community would fit that description just fine.. So suburbs could be considered rural in that aspect.. But the thing is, subdivisions are likely to get wired and cable internet service, even though they fit the definition of a rural area.. But farming communities also fall under the same listing, but they do not usually get cable or wired service.. So I think my original comment was actually pretty accurate..

        • dontsh00tmesanta

          Nope no matter how you wanna justify your wrong opinion…rural areas are what you people call boonies. Sorry bud. Suburbs are part of it. They are part of metro area thus not included. You can stop replying as it will not do you any good. Have a good one.

        • Shaun Michalak

          So let me get this straight.. a place that has 90% or more farmland is not rural, it is just a suburb.. Places with no wired cable, internet, etc is just a suburb, and is not rural.. If that is what you want to believe, then OK then.. i am not going to argue.. But my opinion of a rural area is a place that is too small to even get wired internet or cable.. but you obviously think otherwise.. I am discussing this. I guess we can just agree to disagree..

        • dontsh00tmesanta

          Sorry buddy, it’s just how it is. Accept it or don’t doesn’t matter.

      • Long George

        I think the list is just the “new” locations. I am in Washington State which has no locations listed and have had “the box” since late 2019.

  • Shaun Michalak

    First, I thought it sucked that my state only had 2 locations on it.. Then I realized that NY, which was the ones to start the whole lawsuit against T-Mobile and the merger had “nothing” on that list, and then I laughed and did not feel too bad.. Kind of makes you wonder if this was intentional or not??

    • Raylz

      Seems that way

  • Dark enV

    Still doesn’t my parents area in SC. They need internet REALLY badly.

  • Dsgb Solo

    I’m sure glad to finally see my city of Milledgeville, Ga on the list. Thanks T-Mobile!

    • Dsgb Solo

      I got a down vote for this comment wow. This is just the current city I’m in and not even my hometown. Somebody must really hate Milledgeville. Lol smh

      • Shaun Michalak

        You probably got the down vote from someone who wants it, but their town was not on the list.. and they are basically saying.. hey, you suck.. brag a little more.. lol

  • blindexecutioner

    Nice to see them focus on areas where people lack broadband. Oh wait, these are all areas that have broadband and probably multiple options in a lot of cases. Maybe focus on rural areas a little bit. My guess is they are doing this to somehow get funding based on how many people they can say they serve.

    • AA-Ron

      Gotta start somewhere

    • marque2

      I don’t know all the towns, many of the one in California are very tiny rural towns. Susanville, for instance, I am surprised they even have cell service. It is way up in Northeast CA where few live

    • Tinger12

      These new areas are ones where AT&T has DSL service. T-Mobile is trying to be the knight in shining armor for those in these AT&T DSL areas. Offering a high speed product. It is basically a marketing slap to AT&T.

      As for network capacity, they did say on the sign up that it is a first come offering. So it sounds like they will offer a limited number of customers per a given area based on their network capacity.

  • Mike Smith

    Anyone know if it’s portable?

    • Bruce Sommer

      No, geo fenced to your home.

  • John Brown

    I wonder if Batavia would be considered part of Cincinnati. I have a cousin there who has Cincinnati Bell dsl service as their only option for Internet and it is absolutely horrible.

  • Philip

    Does it connect to my router? At least we got competition now to lower prices! I like it!

    • Philip

      I just watch a video and this Tmo router you cannot set it up as a bridge to my own router. I guess it’s a no go for me.

      • Sayahh

        Could you please explain what that means?

        • mreveryphone

          He’s saying that the tmobile modem already has wifi capabilities and there is no option for him to use his out wifi router. He will be forced to use whatever tmobile has to offer

        • Sayahh

          Is it at least a decent router with decent specs? Better or worse than the ASUS “Dark Knight”?

        • Philip

          What it means is that I cant use my own router. If you are not a high tech person, you just need whatever Tmo provide for you. I like my own router because it is a custom ROM(mine is TomatoUSB or DD-WRT) with lots of power.

        • Philip

          My own router can go for 4 houses away with WiFI coverage no problem. It has 3 physical stick out antennas. I dont know about Tmobile router.

      • Kurt Schultz

        That’s not true. I had it during beta and connected it to my netgear orbi with no issues. Well no issues in that front. My problem was that I’m between two towers, one that is slow as crap but has a strong signal and the other is very fast but has a very weak signal. It constantly jumped between the two and there was no way to force it to stay connected to one or turn off certain bands.

        • Philip

          How does it connect to your Netgear?

        • Kurt Schultz

          Connect a lan line from it to your router of choice, usually the yellow “internet” port. So if you already have a router you won’t even have to change what network you’re connected to on any device.

    • tfranzman

      It operates as a hotspot.So no router required.

    • Shaun Michalak

      Here is an option for you if you want to try it.. The device is a hotspot, so it will only work as a hotspot.. A while ago I was using one (from a different company, still a hotspot though) and the way I found around that was this.. If you get a wireless repeater bridge type of device (I used the Vonets VAP11G-300 for example).. You can take it, use it as a repeater, but with that device, the bridge feature will let you use the RJ45 connector (network cable) as a medium to connect the hotspot to the wired network..

      Basically, it went like this.. Hotspot –> repeater bridge device –> wired router –> out to computers, TV’s, Game consoles, etc..

  • Sayahh

    Any reviews from ppl that currently have it?

    • Bruce Sommer

      I’m in Grand Rapids, have had it for a month and a half, I love it. I average 75-125 down, 20-50 up, depending on time of day/night. Best speeds are in the dark hours of the early morning (1am-5am or so). If you have a T-Mobile phone, service in the home should be similar too what your phone does there.

      • Sayahh

        Does it run on 4G, 5G or a combination of both?

        • Shaun Michalak

          They said in the article it only runs on 4G right now, but they should be coming out with 5G later..

        • Tinger12

          The box is currently 4G LTE only with bands 2,4,5,12,66, & 71.

        • Bruce Sommer

          4G only, but it works OK. I have the OnePlus 7t Pro 5G McLaren, and get 5G at my home, but it’s not much faster than 4G, so it’s fine.

      • Sayahh

        Is the modem/router a free rental or do you get to own/keep it? Does it have a warranty and/or will Tmo fix/replace it if broken or obsolete? Thanks.

        • Tinger12

          They offer it free to use while you are still a customer with the service. You will need to return it when/if you cancel or pay $207 (from terms and Conditions).

  • Sharti24

    Can you use this at a campsite or must it Be used at your registered home address?

    • Tinger12

      Can only be used at registered address.

      From the terms and conditions: “For use only with T-Mobile LTE Wi-Fi Gateway for in-home use at location provided at activation’

    • Glenn Gore

      A huge amount of cell sites, most of them, actually, especially when you get away from the largest major urban cities, do not have the back-haul capacity, spectrum, carrier aggregation, etc, installed that is necessary to support home internet type usage with its high demands of data, so it makes sense that T-Mobile would only allow the devices to be used where they have that capability available.

  • Jeremiah

    Ugh come on, T-Mobile, bring it to Philadelphia already! Trying to leave Comcast and avoid Verizon…

    • Bklynman

      The reason why it is not in Philly,is because the same reason why it is not in NYC as of yet,someone in office is blocking it,giving them all kind of reasons,once Tmo put some more green in their hands you will get it so will NYC,case in point,back in the old days when people had landlines,NYS was the last state to get it for caller id,last!!! I forgot the reason,but if I remember right,it didn’t make any sense to me,then someone told me it is because someone in office wanted more green,then it made sense, Just look, it is approve in NutLand,Caif,but not on the east coast? Really? The only reason is because someone in office is holding it up for more green!

  • Long George

    I have a unit and live about 15 miles from Olympia WA. My phone gets about 2-3 bars in the house and was using it as a hotspot. I got a home internet box last year and I am now able to stream YouTube TV service at a picture quality of 480P on my laptop. As far as I know this is NOT a mobile device and is locked in to one location. I am happy with the performance.

  • kev2684

    for once, i think traditional companies have a better deal. I got AT&T Gigabit Fiber in Jacksonville for $50/mo ($70 after 1 year) which includes free HBO Max fees included.

    • marque2

      At COX I pay $69 a month for 50 mbs. AT&T the only competitor offers 756 kbs (yes kilobits) for the same price. And I live in the San Diego metro, not some boonies. Congrats on your deal but not too many of us are getting fantastic deals like you are. I can’t wait for tmobile to come into my area.

      • Same here. We have *one* option, and it’s $120 / mo for broadband, 4mb down, 1 up (and a contract with termination fees to boot). Now that TMO Home Internet is available in this area, I’m elated I passed on that option (I’ve been using mobile hotspot and crossing my fingers for the past 3 mos).

  • steveb944

    Hopefully price stays the same for 5G so it’s a viable option. I need more speed due to multiple streaming devices simultaneously.

  • Vinny

    Massachusetts has no home internet service from T-Mobile‼️ Don’t understand that, My house gets during the day between 90 – 120 mb download. 50+ mb upload. Live in a suburb outside of Boston. Extremely fast and strong data speeds. Thank You T-Mobile.

  • Bob B.

    They have been trying to get me to try their Internet service, however I currently have fiber to my home and 500/500 speed for $50 (retail price) a month. So guess what I am staying with ?

    • InTheMuff

      Whos the isp

      • Greg Winner

        Probably Spectrum or Comcast. They start you out at 49.99 for 500 MPS and after 12 months your rate increases to 70 per month. Also, you need to pay fees for the router and modem. I would try T-Mobile home ISP, but the speed on average is 24 to 50 MPS and with a cap of 50 gigs with slower speeds after, it’s not worth it for now. I am also stuck with Spectrum and since I have been a customer for 2 yrs I pay about 76 a month with taxes and fees. I am itching to switch, but can’t right now.

  • JG

    Actual proper unlimited data with this, right…

    50Gb for a month is more than enough for a phone (especially if each device gets its own 50gigs) but there’s no way that’ll even come close to being enough for a household…

    Related question 2…

    If TMo is capable of offering unlimited data to households… Do they still have to limit the phone’s usage? If the network in the area can support me pulling terabytes of data streaming Netflix et al every night… Why am I limited to just 50Gb if I happen to step out of my WiFi range and head down to the local watering hole or to hangout in the park or whatever.

  • InTheMuff

    Pretty soon starlink will be up and running.
    Satellite low latency broadband, delivered anywhere

    • Greg Winner

      It has the same speed as Hughes Net Satellite internet.

      • Kenneth Beck

        in what universe is that true? It averages over 100mbps. hughes net struggles to hit 30mbps. and on top of that the ping time with satellite internet is 2000+ms while starlink is 30ms on average. Either you are completely clueless, or are trying to spread FUD.

        • Greg Winner

          @ Kenneth, perhaps it’s different where you live, but in Los Angeles T-Mobile home internet is only 25 Mbps, it’s even stated as such on their website. My spectrum ISP is 200 Mbps and I’m now paying $79 after taxes and fees. When T-Mobile finally offers 5g speeds for their ISP I’m switching. Also, I had Hughes Net for my location in Pico Rivera, and the best they could provide was also 25 Mbps. I’d even consider Frontier fiber if it was available.

        • Kenneth Beck

          We were talking about starlink on that comment above. Not tmobile home internet. 2 completely different things. Starlink is crazy fast broadband from low earth orbit satellites. You said it was as fast as hughes net. Which could not be possibly further from the truth. And even comparing to tmobile internet hughes net is such a horrid ping that tmobile at the same speeds that hughes net might hit would still mean tmobile is many times better. You cannot game on 25mbps with 2000ms ping. You can game on 25mbps with 60ms ping.

  • Greg Winner

    Spectrum or Comcast start you out at 49.99 for 500 MPS and after 12 months your rate increases to 70 per month. Also, you need to pay fees for the router and modem. I would try T-Mobile home ISP, but the speed on average is 24 to 50 MPS and with a cap of 50 gigs with slower speeds after, it’s not worth it for now. I am also stuck with Spectrum and since I have been a customer for 2 yrs I pay about 76 a month with taxes and fees. I am itching to switch, but can’t right now. Once T Mobile offers legit 5G internet without data cap, I’ll sign up, but not until then. I currently use Hulu+Live TV and it’s fine. However, between Spectrum and Hulu I am paying about $130 a month. I would have stayed with Sling, but they took away local channels and YouTube is now 65 a month.

  • El Cheapo

    Caveat emptor…

    Just started Tmobile LTE home internet in the LA metro area. Off peak hours I’m getting about 70Mbps down and 30Mbps up. However, during peak hours (M-F 8-5) I’m getting on average 1Mbps both up and down. Lowest I’ve recorded was 0.08Mbps. It’s literally unusable.

    Currently on hold (40 minutes and counting) trying to reach customer support.