The new T-Mobile
5G for Good

We changed wireless. Now we’re joining with Sprint to create the new T-Mobile. Supercharging the Un-carrier and creating an unprecedented 5G network to connect more Americans for good.

A network like no other.

Within six years, we aim to build a transformational 5G network to reach more cities and towns in the U.S. than anyone else, covering 90% of rural Americans.

The new T-Mobile Un-carrier 1.0

By joining with Sprint, we’re supercharging the Un-carrier. This merger allows us to deliver our boldest moves yet with unprecedented connectivity and access for ALL Americans. This is 5G for Good.

Connecting Heroes Initiative

First responder agencies get free 5G access.

10-year commitment to provide free unlimited talk, text, and smartphone data for U.S. state and local public and non-profit law enforcement, fire, and EMS agencies.


Working to connect every student.

Since launching Project 10Million last year, we’ve been using the power of our biggest and best network ever to impact the lives of students and families by helping bridge the digital divide and supporting hybrid learning with free internet and mobile hotspots for 10 million eligible households.

T-Mobile Connect

A plan to connect all Americans. At our lowest price ever.

Half-off of our lowest priced plan. Just $15 a month for unlimited talk and text and 2GB of high-speed data. Plus, an Annual Data Upgrade of 500MB every year.

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