T-Mobile has announced an expansion of its Home Internet pilot to 450 more areas, which it says covers 20 million households. The service uses
network and was launched as an invite-only pilot in rural areas in March last year, with the carrier saying it's now opening the service to non-T-Mobile customers.
T-Mobile's home internet service is $50 per month, with a no-cost hardware lease and no data caps.
"We're understanding this massive expansion ... at a time when our connection to the Internet is so vital -- for work, remote school, connection with family and friends," said T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert.
You can see a list of the new cities and towns online, but it's now live in certain areas of 27 states.
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