Tag Archives: T-Mobile Home Internet

T-Mobile Launches Affordable Internet Backup Service for $30/Month

The AT&T and Verizon outage yesterday affected not only smartphone users but also those who rely on traditional ISPs for internet access. And since the outage left many users without an internet connection, it’s no surprise that many are looking for options on what to do the next time this happens.  In line with this, T-Mobile has presented its Home Internet Backup service as an affordable solution for backup service. As T-Mobile pointed out, having backup internet … [read full article]

T-Mobile Unveils Two New Home Internet Plans

T-Mobile rolled out two new internet plans today. The new plans are called Home Internet Plus and Away plan. Here’s what you need to know about these new plans: Home Internet Plus Starting Friday, April 26, T-Mobile will be offering the new plan called Home Internet Plus. Through this plan, customers can get an all-in-one premium plan with expanded home Wi-Fi coverage and 24/7 tech support for smart home devices.  This plan costs $70 per month. But … [read full article]

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 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]

Jason Momoa Stars in T-Mobile’s New Super Bowl Ad

To celebrate its 11th Super Bowl, T-Mobile has welcomed back Zach Braff and Donald Faison in their ad. But to make the partnership even more meaningful, they have added a third member to the mix: Jason Momoa.  Yes, that’s right, the Jason Momoa, Aquaman himself. There’s also a guest appearance from Jennifer Beals as they pay homage to Flashdance.  The 60-second ad was created alongside Panay Films and is expected to air during Q4 of the Super … [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]