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T-Mobile is getting more aggressive with its home internet offerings. On Dec. 8, the carrier began offering a “very limited time” deal through which existing T-Mobile customers can add their 5G Home Internet Service for $25 per month, the carrier confirmed to CNET. The deal will be available to all T-Mobile customers with at least one voice line, unless they already have or recently had Home Internet service.

In May, T-Mobile introduced a bundle of its home internet offering and premium Magenta Max plan, which when combined drop your home internet price from $50 per month to $30 per month as long as you had at least two audio lines. Not only does this new deal not require a Magenta Max or two voice lines, it’ll be even cheaper at $25 per month.

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T-Mobile is offering a deal for its 5G home internet that drops the price to $25 a month.

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How back? T-Mobile’s existing Home Internet service, those who sign up for the $25 rate won’t be subject to data caps, contracts, or additional taxes or fees. That $25 price also falls under T-Mobile’s “Price Lock” promise, which protects against rate hikes.

If you’re signed to a different ISP, T-Mobile is willing to give you up to $750 in early termination fees to help cover the cost of switching, up to $500 from the carrier’s previous offer. “. The operator offers a “Test Drive” for home internet service which allows you to try it for 15 days and if you’re not happy with it, get your money back.

Existing T-Mobile Home Internet customers, including those on the Magenta Max plan, cannot take advantage of this deal. Those who want to take advantage of the offer must also be without T-Mobile Home Internet for at least 30 days.

Those interested in T-Mobile Home Internet can enter their address on the carrier’s website to see if it’s available in your area.

After earlier telling CNET that multiple lines on an account could be signed up for the offer, such as a family plan where everyone doesn’t live together yet, the carrier said Wednesday that the deal will be limited to one home Internet line per account.

The new deal is the operator’s latest play based on home Internet business. T-Mobile has made the service a focal point of its 2022 offerings, including Super Bowl ad in February and he expansion to 40 million households in September. The moves appear to have been effective, as the carrier reported in October that it was added nearly half a million home Internet customers in its final quarter.


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