Tag Archives: 5G home internet

T-Mobile Makes Changes to Its Priority Data Limit on Home Internet Users

T-Mobile has made changes to its Home Internet priority data limit. It was only early this year when the Un-carrier added minor restrictions that deprioritized the data of new users once they went over a certain limit. Unfortunately, the Un-carrier made a change that extends this policy to all other 5G Home Internet users.   It was only a matter of time before T-Mobile extended the priority data limit to other Home Internet users. And today, [read full article]

T-Mobile is Giving Away Blink Smart Home Package for a Limited Time

T-Mobile’s new announcement will encourage you to switch to its 5G internet. Starting today, you can get a free Blink smart home package when you switch to T-Mobile’s 5G Home Internet or Small Business Internet service.  The package comes with the Blink Outdoor 4 two-camera system and a Blink Mini Pan-Tilt camera, which costs a total of $229.97.  This is a great deal if you are planning to move to a new home or office. The deal … [read full article]

T-Mobile Launches 5G Home Internet in Puerto Rico

T-Mobile has exciting news to Puerto Rico residents. The Un-carrier has rolled out its 5G Home Internet service to customers based in this US territory.  If you are a T-Mobile customer based in Puerto Rico, you can now sign up for 5G Home Internet with your qualifying voice line and an eligible address. The service costs $50 a month with AutoPay enabled. You can activate service via your local retail store.  In T-Mobile’s announcement, T-Mobile Puerto Rico’s … [read full article]

T-Mobile Makes Two Changes to 5G Home Internet Service

A couple of changes are in place with T-Mobile’s 5G Home Internet service. These changes mostly affect new customers.  Data Cap Update: January 26, 2024: Apparently, T-Mobile has not imposed a data cap. Here is their statement regarding this: “This is a fair usage policy, not a data cap. We don’t have a data cap. Customers still get unlimited data even if they use more than 1.2TB in a month (over 2X the average user – less … [read full article]

Report: T-Mobile Offers $20 Off on Home Internet for Black Friday

With the holiday season coming up, T-Mobile has unveiled its Black Friday deals. Apart from getting a discount on hardware, new lines, and streaming services, the Un-carrier has a special promotion for those interested in getting high-speed internet.  For a limited time period, the Un-carrier is taking $20 off from the plan when you activate a new home internet line on an eligible unlimited plan. Usually, this plan costs $50 per month. With this offer in place, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Offers Blink Security System for New 5G Home Internet Customers

T-Mobile is encouraging more people to sign up for its 5G Home Internet service. One way it is doing this is by offering a Blink security system at no extra cost.  This includes a Blink Outdoor 4 camera and a Mini Pan-Tilt camera. Individually, you’ll have to buy these for $119.99 and $59.99, respectively. This means that the deal will save you $179.98. It also allows you to start using the security system right away and connect … [read full article]

T-Mobile Unveils 2 New Offers to Welcome Holiday Shopping Season

The holiday shopping season is upon us! And with this, T-Mobile has unveiled a couple of deals it has in place for T-Mobile customers.  For a limited time period, T-Mobile customers have access to these deals: T-Mobile 5G Home Internet + Free Gift  Sign up online for T-Mobile 5G Home Internet and get a Free Amazon Blink smart security camera package, including a Blink Outdoor 4 and Blink Mini Pan-Tilt cameras – a $180 value! Switch to … [read full article]

Metro by T-Mobile Unveils Nada Yada Yada Campaign

Metro by T-Mobile has rolled out a new campaign that reinforces its promise for no BS– no contracts, no price hikes, and no surprises. In its press release, the T-Mobile prepaid brand boldly names its rivals, who have surprised customers with hidden fees, price hikes, and other “yada yada.” The prepaid brand reiterates its BS-free promise for customers. Metro shares that big cable providers (such as Spectrum Mobile and Xfinity Mobile) entice customers with their seemingly good … [read full article]