T-Mobile announces $60 Home Internet is available nationwide
Next up, we're here to upgrade America's homes to 5g.
Also, I'm proud to announce that we're launching t mobile home internet today, and we're going big.
Today on our first day of commercial availability after our pilot programs, more than 30 million homes are now eligible.
Let me put that into context for you.
That's almost one in five American households available today.
And that makes T Mobile one of America's largest ISP is by service area.
Now Verizon says they won't even reach that many homes in their fixed 5G Wireless for nearly two more years.
In fact, here's a list of cities and towns where T-Mobile Home Internet is already available.
That's a lot of cities, hundreds of cities and towns in fact, right.
You don't have to read all that.
I'll come back to how you can find out if your home is covered later.
But listen, we can launch big because we've built the network.
And we've been piloting home internet for over a year to really nail the customer experience.
And the feedback has been amazing.
In fact, our pilot customers give us a net promoter score that's 104 points higher than their previous ISP because our service is so simple and fast and straightforward.
In fact, customers joining T mobile home internet will get average speeds in excess of 100 megabits per second.
Take a look.
We've built the largest fastest, nationwide 5G network and now we're upgrading them.
America's home to 5g with fast, reliable high speed home internet.
We ship a wireless router directly to your home.
There's no installation fee or waiting for the Cable Guy.
Just Plugging in and connect wirelessly with most customers getting average speeds over 100 megabits per second with no data caps.
So you can stream learn or work all at the same time and if you need to Help.
Our dedicated team of experts has you covered.
Say goodbye the long term contract, exploding bills and equipment rental fee.
t mobile home internet is just $60 a month for the 5g router included.
A new choice for home Internet has arrived.
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