T-Mobile Home Internet Availability Map. Click for interactive map.

T-Mobile Home Internet Availability

T-Mobile Home Internet is a fixed wireless service powered by T-Mobile’s 5G network. While it’s a new service, T-Mobile has quickly emerged as a competitor in the residential mobile internet space since its network is available and rapidly expanding in rural areas.

Currently, over 30 million households have access to it, making T-Mobile the most available 5G home internet provider – despite them also being the newest. T-Mobile stays true to its “Un-carrier” movement by offering one plan with unlimited data and speed.

T-Mobile Home Internet Pricing

There are no speed restrictions or tiered plans with different speeds with T-Mobile’s Home Internet — there is only one plan. As speeds are expected to increase while the network is still growing, customers can receive the fastest speeds available in their area for one standard price, which is $50 a month with autopay. Prices will not increase after a promotional period or when faster speeds are available near you.

Pricewise, T-Mobile offers one of the best plans in the residential internet space. No other provider, especially fellow fixed wireless internet providers, offers a contract-free, unlimited data plan without speed limits. On top of that, there are no additional costs for installation or equipment rental.

T-Mobile Home Internet Data Caps

Data caps are also nonexistent with T-Mobile Home Internet. Neither soft data caps nor hard data caps are enforced, allowing you to browse, stream, and download as much as you want without worrying about a data limit.

T-Mobile Home Internet Installation and Equipment Fees

T-Mobile does not charge an installation fee or monthly equipment rental fee for its home internet service. There isn’t a charge to have the gateway (router and modem combo) shipped to you either.

T-Mobile Home Internet Connection Speed

While it’s advertised to work on a 5G network, T-Mobile’s home internet service utilizes the company’s 4G LTE when 5G is not available. That said, internet speeds are not as high as expected for 5G since it can reach up to 10 Gbps.

T-Mobile’s network typically delivers speeds around 100 Mbps or more due to the use of low- and mid-band frequencies. Although it’s not uncommon to see speeds around 25 Mbps at certain times, this is expected to improve as the Ultra Capacity 5G networks develop over time. The goal is to have their full-spectrum 5G network available to 99 percent of the United States by 2027.

T-Mobile uses a tiered system to establish its 5G network. Fast, widespread availability is made possible by first deploying Extended Range 5G via a low-band spectrum (600 MHz). Next, or almost simultaneously, Ultra Capacity 5G is deployed using mid-band frequency (2.5 GHz), which offers a shorter reach than low-band frequencies, yet at nearly three times faster speed. With the recent purchase of C-Band (40 MHz spectrum), customers in cities and suburban areas will receive a significant boost in speed once it’s deployed to supplement the existing network.

T-Mobile Home Internet Customer Service

The T-Mobile Home Internet customer service team is available 24/7. The fastest way to contact the team is by phone at 1-844-275-9310. Be sure you’ve completed the following troubleshooting steps before calling:

  • Use the ON/OFF switch on the back of the gateway to restart the device. Simply turn the device off, wait for each light to turn off on the gateway’s interface, then turn the device back on.
  • Ensure your gateway is in an optimal location in your home. The T-Mobile Home Internet app can help by showing your signal strength as you test new placements. Be sure your gateway is placed somewhere central to your internet-connecting devices while also receiving decent signal strength.
  • Connect a problem device directly to the gateway via Ethernet to rule out whether your Wi-Fi is experiencing issues.
    Turn off firewalls, antivirus software, and VPNs — these software are often the cause of a slow or frequently disconnecting internet connection.

Availability by State

Alabama 1,916,406 115mbps
Arizona 1,518,240 115mbps
Arkansas 1,334,361 115mbps
California 13,932,561 115mbps
Colorado 2,162,080 115mbps
Connecticut 1,976,097 115mbps
Delaware 312,739 115mbps
District of Columbia 162,897 115mbps
Florida 7,209,963 115mbps
Georgia 3,359,812 115mbps
Hawaii 345,955 115mbps
Idaho 438,282 115mbps
Illinois 6,913,134 115mbps
Indiana 2,454,740 115mbps
Iowa 1,372,968 115mbps
Kansas 1,003,410 115mbps
Kentucky 1,545,306 115mbps
Louisiana 1,522,661 115mbps
Maine 820,160 115mbps
Maryland 1,960,221 115mbps
Massachusetts 2,501,041 115mbps
Michigan 4,725,530 115mbps
Minnesota 2,739,229 115mbps
Mississippi 973,121 115mbps
Missouri 2,877,152 115mbps
Montana 388,687 115mbps
Nebraska 465,705 115mbps
Nevada 740,675 115mbps
New Hampshire 574,481 115mbps
New Jersey 2,949,231 115mbps
New Mexico 718,643 115mbps
New York 5,592,225 115mbps
North Carolina 3,834,687 115mbps
North Dakota 247,724 115mbps
Ohio 5,231,480 115mbps
Oklahoma 1,412,652 115mbps
Oregon 1,408,123 115mbps
Pennsylvania 5,347,185 115mbps
Rhode Island 289,563 115mbps
South Carolina 2,181,033 115mbps
South Dakota 323,838 115mbps
Tennessee 2,514,174 115mbps
Texas 10,079,443 115mbps
Utah 826,418 115mbps
Vermont 222,705 115mbps
Virginia 2,636,187 115mbps
Washington 3,091,373 115mbps
West Virginia 716,238 115mbps
Wisconsin 2,397,381 115mbps
Wyoming 243,499 115mbps

Cities and Towns T-Mobile Home Internet Has Coverage