T-Mobile has expanded its Home Internet fixed wireless access (FWA) service in 57 communities across Texas. According to a T-Mobile spokesperson, this includes new markets, as well as markets where the company had FWA previously to a more limited number of locations.
The new T-Mobile Texas markets include smaller, more rural towns such as those the company previously said it would target.
Home Internet costs $50 per month with autopay, with no price hikes for two years. There are no added taxes or fees, equipment costs, annual contracts or data caps, the carrier says. For a limited time, new subscribers will get a $50 virtual prepaid card.
T-Mobile says that almost one quarter of Texas homes with access to Home Internet are in small towns and rural areas, many of which it says are underserved. The use of FWA changes the cost-benefits equation and enables more subscribers in these areas to be reached for far less investment than fiber infrastructure.
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