Tag Archives: T-Mobile Home Internet

T-Mobile 5G Home Internet Gateway to start receiving firmware update this month

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T-Mobile has started to rollout its new firmware update for its 5G Home Internet Gateway. The update, called 0178, comes with a number of fixes. It will slowly be rolled out to customers throughout the whole month.  This information comes from a report, which was able to obtain an internal document. The report was also confirmed on Reddit.  The version 1.2003.03.0178 update is something that many T-Mobile Home Internet users have been waiting for for … [read full article]

T-Mobile talks about #5GforAll in recent webcast

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Earlier today, T-Mobile held a webcast where it unveiled its upcoming plans for the Un-Carrier. This is the April 7th event they teased about at the end of March that left everyone clueless on what the Un-Carrier had plans for its customers. And as it turns out, T-Mobile is making a bold move to bring #5GforAll.  Among the announcements they made include the Great Free 5G Phone Upgrade, the Great Unlimited Trade-Up, the availability of T-Mobile … [read full article]

T-Mobile quietly increases Home Internet price for new customers

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It looks like T-Mobile has quietly raised the prices of its Home Internet service this week to new customers.  Prior to this discovery, the monthly flat rate of the service was at $50 per month. But now, T-Mo is charging $60 per month for new customers to enjoy fast internet speeds over T-Mo’s 4G and 5G networks. The price continues to include equipment, taxes and fees. But you will need to set up automatic payments to enjoy … [read full article]

T-Mobile Home Internet service expands again, now available in more than 130 new cities

Availability of T-Mobile Home Internet started out slow, with the service spending more than a year in a limited pilot test and then opening up in a single market. But more recently, T-Mobile has been expanding it in a big way. T-Mobile Home Internet is now available in more than 130 new cities and towns. This expansion comes just one month after T-Mo’s internet service expanded to 450 cities. Today’s expansion brings T-Mobile Home Internet … [read full article]

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 … [read full article]

T-Mobile Home Internet service expands to a new market

T-Mobile Home Internet is getting its first full market expansion since the service began in a pilot program in March 2019. T-Mobile today announced that its expanding its Home Internet service to the greater Grand Rapids, Mich., area. This includes Kent, Muskegon, and Ottawa counties. Residents can sign up for T-Mobile Home Internet whether they’re a T-Mo customer or not. Residents in this area can sign up for T-Mobile Home Internet service for $50 per … [read full article]

T-Mobile Home Internet customer shares setup details and photos of router

One week after announcing its Home Internet initiative, some T-Mobile customers have already received their setup kit. Several photos and setup details of the T-Mobile Home Internet kit have been posted to Reddit by user Modesecond. We get to see T-Mo’s 4G LTE box from the front, back, and bottom. This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen the T-Mobile Home Internet router, but the photos do give us a good look at the box … [read full article]

T-Mobile Home Internet pilot test begins, no data caps and $50 per month price

After teasing two weeks ago that it’d be running a pilot test of its home broadband service, T-Mobile today kicked the program off. The T-Mobile Home Internet pilot offers fixed unlimited wireless service over T-Mo’s 4G LTE network. There are no data caps, no contracts, and no equipment costs. T-Mobile says it expects its Home Internet service to offer speeds of around 50Mbps, and pricing will be set at $50 per month with autopay. With … [read full article]