I saw this yesterday – T-Mobile announces widespread launch of consumer Home Internet service: https://www.cnet.com/home/internet/t-mobile-announces-widespread-launch-of-consumer-home-internet-service/. Slightly longer article, but here is a synopsis. To me, it’s overpriced although no throttling may offset the higher price.
Eli Blumenthal April 7 2021
T-Mobile’s long-teased Home Internet offering is exiting the pilot stage and becoming a real product. As part of its Un-carrier Next event on Wednesday, the nation’s second-largest wireless carrier finally added details to its plans to take on Comcast, Charter, rural broadband providers and AT&T and Verizon in the home broadband arena.
Available today, the new service takes advantage of T-Mobile’s 4G LTE and 5G networks. It will cost a flat $60 per month (with automatic payments enabled) and has no taxes, contracts or equipment fees for the 4G/5G modem rental that also doubles as a Wi-Fi router. The Home Internet product offers unlimited data with T-Mobile touting that its home internet service also has no throttling.
You don’t have to be a T-Mobile wireless customer to sign up for the service. If you decide to cancel all you will need to do is return the router back to the carrier.