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How T-Mobile’s 5G Home Internet Service Test Drive Works

Customers can sign up for the T-Mobile Home Internet plan and try out the service for 15 days. It’s not exactly a free trial — potential users must completely sign up for the internet plan, and agree to pay the monthly rate of $60 per month (which includes taxes and fees). However, T-Mobile is offering a one-time refund to customers who cancel the T-Mobile Home Internet plan within the first 15 days, making the test drive a low-risk endeavor. Since the internet service is through the company’s cellular networks, there’s no need to rewire a home or install a satellite for the connection. Potential users can test the network right alongside their existing internet service, and compare the difference in user experience.

The T-Mobile Home Internet is cheaper with autopay, so enabling automatic payments will shave $10 off of the total monthly rate. At $50 or $60 per month, the Home Internet plan could be a good fit for customers who are stuck paying exorbitant prices for mediocre service, especially in remote areas. With the test drive, it’s easy to see whether there will actually be a noticeable improvement in speed before cancelling another internet plan. Although it’s not quite as worry-free as other free trials, which won’t charge the user until after the trial period ends, T-Mobile might just be making it easy enough for users to try a cellular internet connection.

Source: T-Mobile

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How T-Mobile’s 5G Home Internet Service Test Drive Works

Customers can sign up for the T-Mobile Home Internet plan and try out the service for 15 days. It’s not exactly a free trial — potential users must completely sign up for the internet plan, and agree to pay the monthly rate of $60 per month (which includes taxes and fees). However, T-Mobile is offering a one-time refund to customers who cancel the T-Mobile Home Internet plan within the first 15 days, making the test drive a low-risk endeavor. Since the internet service is through the company’s cellular networks, there’s no need to rewire a home or install a satellite for the connection. Potential users can test the network right alongside their existing internet service, and compare the difference in user experience.
The T-Mobile Home Internet is cheaper with autopay, so enabling automatic payments will shave $10 off of the total monthly rate. At $50 or $60 per month, the Home Internet plan could be a good fit for customers who are stuck paying exorbitant prices for mediocre service, especially in remote areas. With the test drive, it’s easy to see whether there will actually be a noticeable improvement in speed before cancelling another internet plan. Although it’s not quite as worry-free as other free trials, which won’t charge the user until after the trial period ends, T-Mobile might just be making it easy enough for users to try a cellular internet connection.
Source: T-Mobile

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