T-Mobile Places FWA in Metro by T-Mobile Prepaid Stores

BELLEVUE, Wash. – T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) is launching its revolutionary 5G Home Internet service for Metro by T-Mobile customers in more than 7,000 Metro stores nationwide. The move makes Un-carrier the first to launch a fixed wireless home broadband service for prepaid customers, with no credit checks and no annual contracts. Metro by T-Mobile customers with an eligible address can now sign up for prepaid 5G home internet for just $50/month and a one-time gateway purchase, through their local Metro by T-Mobile retail store.

“We are once again bringing more choice and competition to the broadband industry, this time for our Metro by T-Mobile customers. Families across the country desperately need a new home Internet choice,” said Jon Freier, President of T-Mobile’s Consumer Group. “In 2022, reliable broadband at home isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. So we’re doing our part to make broadband more accessible everywhere, with the power of our 5G network.”

About T-Mobile Home Internet for Metro by T-Mobile

T-Mobile Home Internet for Metro is no-BS home internet access for just $50/month. It’s fast, reliable, prepaid home broadband that runs on T-Mobile’s revolutionary 5G network. Metro by T-Mobile customers with an eligible address and one or more voice lines can now get:

  • Home Internet for a fixed price – it’s $50/month, with Autopay, plus a one-time payment of $99 for the 5G gateway. That’s it.
  • No annual contract, no data limit, no activation fee and no credit check.
  • Easy self-installation – forget about waiting for an installation. Simply plug in the gateway, download the app and you’re connected in less than 15 minutes.
  • Speeds that let you work, play, stream, chat, game and more.
  • A dedicated support team that’s just a call or a message away.

T-Mobile Home Internet Access

In most homes today, the internet is an absolute necessity. We rely on the Internet at home for work, for school, for entertainment, and to stay in touch with our loved ones. And yet, today, more than 40 million people in the United States still do not have access to broadband at home. And almost 15% of American households have only one choice. This climbs to almost 35% in rural areas. This lack of competition means that millions of people are forced to do business with traditional BS ISPs. Yearly contracts, price hikes, data caps, complicated setup, extra monthly charges – you never know what old-fashioned tactic you’ll get from landline ISPs. It’s no wonder Internet Service Providers rank last in customer satisfaction according to ACSI.

But T-Mobile Home Internet is different. Fueled by the same customer-centric Un-carrier spirit that changed the wireless industry for the better, T-Mobile launched its nationwide 5G home internet service in 2021. And now, Un-carrier is launching fixed wireless for Metro by T-Mobile, too. 5G Home Internet for Metro has no hidden fees, no explosive promotions, and no annual contracts like many traditional ISPs. And because T-Mobile’s 5G network can deliver capacity and speeds fast enough to replace home broadband directly in millions of homes, you can get connected without complicated setup.

T-Mobile 5G Home Internet is currently available in more than 30 million homes nationwide, for prepaid and postpaid customers. And access has recently expanded to the Southeast, Texas, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. Availability is based on network capacity, which is constantly increasing. To see if Home Internet is available for your home, visit your local Metro by T-Mobile store.

During congestion, Home Internet and Home Internet for Metro customers may experience slower speeds than other customers due to data prioritization. Available to many homes in most US cities. For use only with T-Mobile Gateway for home use at the location provided during activation. Gateway sold separately with Home Internet for Metro; cannot be unlocked for use on other networks. Credit approval required for Postpaid Home Internet. Automatic payment: $5/month. the discount may not be reflected on the 1st invoice. Regulatory fees included in the monthly service price for eligible accounts. If you are canceling postpaid Home Internet service (gateway included), return the gateway or pay up to $370.


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