T-Mobile’s 5G Home Internet Now Starts At Just $30 a Month & You Can Get a Free 50″ 4K Fire TVs Smart TVs if You Switch For Black Friday





Have you been thinking about switching to T-Mobile home internet? Want to get a free 50″ 4K TV? Today, T-Mobile started to offer free 4K 50″ TVs with a built-in Fire TV if you switch to T-Mobile 5G Home Internet and pay for two months.

T-Mobile is also offering its 5G Home Internet service for just $30 a month for any T-Mobile wireless customer. This price is reportedly good as long as you remain a 5G Home Internet customer. In the past you needed to be on select T-Mobile home wireless plans to get this price now anyone with a T-Mobile plan can get it.

Here is how T-Mobile describes this offer:

Or, to help binge watch those favorite movies and shows, switch to 5G Home Internet online starting Black Friday for a limited time and get a free Amazon Fire TV 50” 4-Series 4K smart TV, a $450 value, after two months of service. Say goodbye to Big Internet and make the switch to T-Mobile Home Internet to get fast, reliable home broadband that’s easy to set up with no annual contracts or hidden fees. Visit www.t-mobile.com/home-internet to learn more.   

So, would T-Mobile TG Home Internet be a good option for you? Let’s break down everything you need to know about the service.


T-Mobile’s 5G internet service skips equipment rentals and is available for $50/month with no contracts. If you have a Go5G Plus or Magenta Max plan from T-Mobile, you may qualify to get T-Mobile Home Internet for just $30 a month.


T-Mobile advertised the service as a 100 Mbps down speed. In our recent testing, we regularly got over 200 Mbps down, but sometimes it would fall into the 100 Mbps range.

Speeds for T-Mobile Home Internet will vary depending on where you live. So, I may get 200 Mbps down, but your speed may be different.

Is T-Mobile 5G Home Internet Fast Enough For Streaming?

Yes, we were able to stream Amazon, Paramount+, YouTube TV, and more without issues using T-Mobile’s 5G Home Internet.

There are a few services that lock you into a home IP location. Because T-Mobile’s Home Internet changes your IP address often, it makes using Hulu with Live TV, for example, very difficult.

Most streaming services need 15 Mbps to 20 Mbps for a 4K stream. Even at just 100 Mbps, you should easily be able to stream the movies and TV shows you want, even at 4K.

Test T-Mobile Home Internet before You Pay:

T-Mobile now offers a 15-day free trial of T-Mobile Home Internet, letting you test it out before you get locked into it.

Here are the legal details of the 15-day test drive:

Cancel within 15 days of Home Internet service activation. Limited-time offer; subject to change. Qualifying new Home Internet line and timely gateway return required. Refund via one-time bill credit. Max 1/account. May not be combinable with some offers or discounts.

Final Thoughts

For the average American who wants to watch videos, check email, and surf the web, T-Mobile 5G Home Internet should easily be what you want. Dedicated gamers who really want that crazy fast internet may want to consider other options. For those who are not dedicated gamers, T-Mobile 5G Home Internet may be perfect for them.

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