T-Mobile is getting more aggressive with its home internet offerings. On December 8, the network operator began offering a “very limited time contract” through which existing T-Mobile users can add theirsfor $25 a month, the carrier confirmed to CNET. The offer applies to all T-Mobile customers with at least one phone line, unless they already have or have recently had home Internet service.
In May, T-Mobile introduced a bundle of its home internet offering and premium plan Magenta Max that would work in combinationas long as you had at least two voice lines. Not only does this new deal not require Magenta Max or two voice lines, it would also be even cheaper at $25 per month.
As in, those who sign up for the $25 plan are not bound by data caps, contracts, or additional taxes or fees. That $25 price would also fall under T-Mobile’s “Price Lock” promise, which protects against rate increases.
If you get stuck on a contract with another ISP, T-Mobile is willing to pay you up to $750 in early termination fees to help you cover the cost of switching to that provider, in addition to the vendor’s previous offer of “up to $500.” .” The network operator offers a “Test Drive” for the Home Internet Serviceand if you’re not satisfied with it, you get your money back.
Existing T-Mobile Home Internet customers, including those in the Magenta Max bundle, are excluded from this offer. If you want to use the offer, you don’t have to have T-Mobile Home Internet for at least 30 days.
Those interested in T-Mobile Home Internet can enter their address on the provider’s website to see if it is available in your area.
After previously telling CNET that multiple lines of an account could sign up for the deal — such as a family plan where not everyone still lives together — the network operator said Wednesday the deal was limited to one home Internet line per account .
The new deal is the airline’s latest move to build on its home internet business. T-Mobile has made the service a focus of its 2022 offerings, includingand a in September. The steps appear to have worked, the airline announced in October in the last quarter.