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  2. For a limited time, customers with a Magenta MAX voice plan can get 50% off YouTube TV for a year.. Limited-time offer; subject to change. YouTube TV s tandard free trial + 50% off for 12 months: Promotion open to participants subscribing to both T-Mobile Home Internet and Magenta MAX voice service from May 10, 2022 - July 31, 2022 and must be redeemed by August 7, 2022.

  3. A T-Mobile ID is a credential that links the services you use with T-Mobile, including Home Internet. With a T-Mobile ID and password, you can log into My T-Mobile to pay your bill, set up and manage AutoPay, and more. Home Internet customers can create a T-Mobile ID by signing up here using the email address you used at time of sale.

  4. Verizon 5G Home Internet vs. T-Mobile Home Internet: Which ...

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    While Verizon 5G Home Internet is available to approximately 30 million homes across the country, T-Mobile Home Internet reaches over 40 million households in just over 600 cities nationwide. In ...

  5. T-Mobile Home Internet Review | T-Mobile Community

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    Since T-Mobile supposedly limited people to be able to use the service to assure that would not happen, that does not make sense. We had tried the T-Mobile Home Internet in all locations and levels of our home to see if there was any better reception, as the instructions recommended. Upstairs, main level, downstairs, rooms to the N, NE, NW, E ...

  6. Comparing AT&T vs T-Mobile 5G Home Internet - BroadbandNow

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    AT&T Internet has various plans with different connection types like IPBB, fixed wireless, and fiber. Most plans include fiber, with download speeds ranging from 300 Mbps to 5 Gbps, making AT&T Internet one of the top fiber providers in the U.S. T-Mobile 5G Home Internet solely offers fixed wireless service with its 5G network and has download speeds up to 182 Mbps.

  7. why cant i pay my bill | T-Mobile Community

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    hello, i got a new phone and new phone line with t mobile in may. since then my service has been turned off because i havent been able to login to the t mobile app to pay my bill. i cant make calls to t mobile support because of my bill not being paid, but i have no way of fixing it. i dont have another phone to be able to call t mobile and fix ...

  8. T-Mobile's $60 Home Internet service: The Cheapskate review

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    The T-Mobile Home Internet app guides you through the setup process, which includes scanning a QR code on the bottom of the gateway, choosing a network name (aka SSID) and password and even ...

  9. T-Mobile 5G Home Internet Review | Reviews.org

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    T-Mobile's 5G home internet service covers over 40 million homes in 40 different states, making it the most widely available 5G internet provider. The sole T-Mobile home internet plan gets you download speeds between 35–115 Mbps and upload speeds between 6–23 Mbps. Plus, it only costs $50 per month with no contracts or data caps. If you don ...

  10. Xfinity vs T-Mobile 5G Home Internet - BroadbandNow

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    That said, Xfinity is a cable and fiber internet provider, while T-Mobile 5G Home Internet is a fixed wireless provider, which is why there’s a noticeable difference in download speeds. T-Mobile 5G Home Internet offers one plan; it’s new to the market, but as 5G infrastructure continues to expand, the number of plans will likely grow. T ...

  11. Is T-Mobile Home Internet Good? Why You Should ... - ScreenRant

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    The pitch behind T-Mobile Home Internet is a compelling one: Pay $50/month for speeds over 100Mbps with no data caps and no contracts. Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? T-Mobile Home Internet is far from a perfect internet provider, but depending on where you live and what your other options are, it's certainly worth some consideration.