T-Mobile customers take note: T-Mobile’s Un-carrier Next: Everything you need to know

From CNET:

T-Mobile’s latest Un-carrier event had plenty of news. From the official launch of its home broadband product to an automatic upgrade to unlimited for those still on tiered or shared data plans, the carrier had plenty to say on Wednesday as it looks to build on its 5G lead.

Here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know.

T-Mobile’s Home Internet play has been in the works for years. The company has talked about using 4G LTE and 5G to provide a home broadband alternative for a while and on Wednesday the program finally graduated from a pilot stage to a real offering.

Available starting at $60 per month (with AutoPay), the carrier says users can expect average download speeds of 100Mbps for “most new customers.” The data is unlimited, there are no caps where your speeds will be slowed and T-Mobile touts that taxes are already included with no additional fees for equipment such as the 4G/5G modem that doubles as a router.

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