T-Mobile’s Fiber Home Internet Service May Be About to Come to 3 New States After it Invests $1 Billion Into Fiber Home Internet





Back in 2021 T-Mobile started to offer fiber home internet in select markets. Now T-Mobile will be rolling out fiber home internet in two new states. Last year, T-Mobile expanded that into Minnesota and Flordia by partnering with third-party internet companies to offer its services in those areas.

Now, if reports are correct, T-Mobile’s home internet over fiber may be coming to 13 other cities thanks to a $1 billion deal with Lumos. This would expand T-Mobile’s fiber ambitions to around 250,000 homes and businesses in North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina.

The deal is not official yet, but it is reported that T-Mobile will be investing in Lumon to use its networks to sell T-Mobile home internet over fiber. This is very simular to how T-Mobile expanded its fiber network into Flrodia and Minnesota last year.

With T-Mobile fiber home internet, pricing starts at $55 a month for 500 Mbps, and speeds go up to 2 Gbps plans that start at just $100 a month. T-Mobile says its home internet service comes with no data caps, no contracts, cancel any time, and 24/7 support.

T-Mobile will also give you a Wi-Fi 6 router for free if you sign up for their fiber internet service.

Currently, the service is only available in New York, NY; Pueblo and Northglenn, CO; Kenosha, WI; Bloomington along with St. Cloud, MN; and Pinellas County, FL. If you live in one of these markets, T-Mobile is offering next-day installs for many.

If you are lucky enough to live in one of these areas, this gives you one more option for home internet.

T-Mobile has reportedly been looking for partners to build out a fiber network for some time now. It seems for now this is just the start of T-Mobile’s home internet plans.

Have you tried out T-Mobile’s fiber service? Let us know what you think of it.

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