Tag Archives: 5G home internet

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]

T-Mobile brings Home Internet network to the Midwest

Earlier today, T-Mobile announced that it will be expanding its 5G network to bring its Home Internet service to Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. This expansion will make the service available to over 6 million homes.  It’s surprising to know that prior to today’s announcement, millions of households across these states still don’t have access to home broadband. Now that T-Mo will be expanding its network, these households finally have an option to go with Home Internet.  “Access … [read full article]

Legacy Sprint customers can now open a new T-Mobile Home Internet plan without migrating

Without a doubt, T-Mobile’s Home Internet service has been getting its fair share of fame these days. In fact, the company revealed that as of June, more than 40 million households are eligible to use the service. But unfortunately, it wasn’t available to legacy Sprint customers at the time of its launch. The good news is, this is about to change now.  … [read full article]

T-Mobile gives fans chance to vent against Big Internet in new Rage Cage

Last week, T-Mobile announced a new sweepstakes and a few events that were in line with the 2022 MLB All-Star Weekend. And earlier today, the Un-carrier continued its Rage Against Big Internet Tour in California. The event was made even more special with the appearance of nine-time All-Star Vlad Guerrero Sr. T-Mobile’s Rage Against Big Internet Tour makes it easier for customers to … [read full article]

More homes getting access to T-Mobile Home Internet service

Earlier today, T-Mobile revealed that it is bringing its 5G network to more homes in the country. To be more specific, the Un-carrier is making T-Mobile Home Internet service available in 5 new states: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. This makes the service available to over 1.1 million households across these states.  “At T-Mobile, we’re all about disrupting broken industries. And the broadband industry is big-time broken. Millions across this country are being left behind, unable … [read full article]

T-Mobile launches Internet Freedom today

Last week, T-Mobile promised that it will be revealing its latest Un-carrier move. And today, this move has officially launched and it’s called Internet Freedom.  In celebration with this launch, T-Mobile has a series of pop-ups around the country that lets Big Internet customers vent out their frustrations over their providers. The pop-up is called Rage Against Big Internet, and it is launching at the Santa Monica Pier in Southern California.  Along with this Whack-an-Internet Provider pop-up … [read full article]

T-Mobile welcomes 1 millionth Home Internet customer

T-Mobile has reached a milestone with its Home Internet service.  The Un-carrier announced today that it has welcomed its one millionth Home Internet customer. This is an important milestone for the company since the service has only been commercially available for one year.  In addition to welcoming this new customer, T-Mobile’s 5G network is now available to an additional 10 million homes nationwide. This means that these customers can now sign up for 5G Home Internet service. … [read full article]

T-Mobile expands 5G Home Internet service to the South


T-Mobile announced today that it will be extending its 5G Home Internet across the South. This expansion will bring its 5G Home Internet service to nearly 3 million homes throughout Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.  As noted by T-Mobile, these households currently have no access or only one choice for home broadband. By extending its service here, these households are finally getting an alternative for home broadband connection.  “We launched T-Mobile Home Internet just a year ago, and … [read full article]