T-Mobile has an ambitious aim this year. The telecom giant is looking to connect as many as up to 50,000 homes this year with its in-home internet service on LTE. The pilot is starting but it is an invitation-only venture.
The pilot is part of the company’s larger plan of disrupting the broadband market. This industry is extremely un-customer friendly and T-Mobile is looking to change that. T-Mobile- through this pilot project is laying the foundation, keeping this is in mind. They are also keen on saving American consumers billions of dollars in the process.
The service is coming to customers by invite-only at just $50 per month with AutoPay. Plus, there are no annual service contracts or hidden fees involved. People who avail the service will be sent a team to set-up the in-home router.
The company declared that “the New T-Mobile plans to cover more than half of U.S. zip codes by 2024 with the capacity for 9.5 million households to cut the cord.” It has begun piloting the home internet service in the rural and underserved markets for this high-speed wireless service. T-Mobile is expecting to deliver speeds of around 50 Mbps through this service over LTE with no data caps.