T-Mobile is extending its 5G home internet service to 64 communities across various Northeast states, including Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
According to the corporation, this new coverage increase provides internet access to more than 9 million residences. However, as our assessment from last year shown, this does not imply that it will be consistent everywhere. T-Mobile advises that even if your city is on the list (see below), it is not yet accessible everywhere. Some persons, however, may be qualified for 4G LTE service. Currently, the service costs $50 per month for AutoPay subscribers and $30 per month for families with T-Magenta Mobile’s MAX phone plan.
The Home Internet service, which was launched in April 2021, has been slowly spreading throughout the United States. T-Mobile claimed more than 1.5 million Home Internet users during its second-quarter earnings call, and it now claims to have service accessible to more than 40 million homes – even without utilising SpaceX satellites.