T-Mobile is participating in the Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF), a $7.17 billion, federal program. ECF helps provide funding for laptops and tablets, Wi-Fi hotspots, modems, routers, and broadband connectivity purchases for off-campus use by students, school staff, and library patrons in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Increasing connectivity outside the classroom.
Working to connect every student.
Access to the internet is access to opportunity. Project 10Million continues to help close the digital divide by giving students free data, free mobile hotspots, and at-cost laptops and tablets needed for learning in classrooms and at home.
During congestion, Project 10Million customers may notice speeds lower than other customers due to data prioritization. Video typically streams at DVD quality (480p). See full terms
Providing millions of children with service, hotspots, and more.
Distance learning program
Flexible plans built for school beyond the classroom.
With on-going concerns on how to keep educators and students connected outside of the classroom, T-Mobile for Education is helping school and school districts with affordable plans starting as low as $10/month per line.
per line/month for unlimited high-speed data on our network.
per line/month for 2GB data on our network.
Select plans include:
Content Filtering Option: WebTitan by TitanHQ™, a third-party product that can filter even secured (https) traffic at the domain level. (Schools that do not use a T-Mobile-facilitated filter thereby acknowledge that they will provide their own CIPA-compliant filter on all devices for the duration of their use.)
Planning, implementation and deployment support.
Additional one-time charge may apply for kitting and staging services.
Limited time offer; subject to change. Qualifying government account required. On-device usage is prioritized over tethering usage, which may result in higher speeds for data used on device. If you cancel service before fulfillment of the specified term, the prorated portion of the hardware value or award—the value times the number of months remaining, divided by months in the term—is due. Partial megabytes rounded up. U.S. roaming and on-network data allotments differ; includes 200MB roaming. Standard int’l speeds approx. 128 Kbps; no tethering. Not for extended international use; you must reside in the U.S. and primary usage must occur on our U.S. network. Device must register on our U.S. network before international use. Full speeds available up to monthly allotment, including tethering; then, slowed to up to 2G speeds through bill cycle. Video streams typically at DVD quality (480p) with Binge On unless video provider opts out. You may disable Binge On at any time but will lose Binge On benefits. Coverage not available in some areas. Network Management: Service may be slowed, suspended, terminated or restricted for misuse, abnormal use, interference with our network or ability to provide quality service to other users, or significant roaming. See T-Mobile.com/OpenInternet for details.
Access tools and resources you need, including our eBook on how to create a sustainable connectivity plan. From new communication approaches to secure ways of leveraging technology, we can help you navigate these uncertain times.
Federal funding programs
Providing assistance to students through the Emergency Connectivity Fund.
Benefits of T-Mobile connectivity solutions.
Flexible service plans
Low-cost tablets and wireless hotspots
Accepts both Billed Entity Applicant Reimbursement (BEAR) and Service Provider Invoicing (SPI)
Everyone succeeds when staff and students are connected.
As your trusted wireless partner, we’re committed to providing K-12 school districts, colleges, and universities with reliable internet access, the latest devices, and innovative solutions that help create opportunities for students and transform the way educators teach.
For school districts and teachers, we offer affordable rate plans that include unlimited talk, text, data, and mobile hotspot connectivity on America’s largest and fastest 5G network. So they can get back to what’s important—their students.
During congestion, customers on this plan using >50GB/mo. may notice reduced speeds until next bill cycle due to data prioritization. Video typically streams on smartphone/tablet at DVD quality (480p). Capable device required for 5G; coverage not available in some areas. See full terms
Our commitment to higher education includes delivering access and equity that forges new opportunities for the workforce of the future. Empowered by 5G, we are building an infrastructure that strengthens the future of learning through connectivity and innovation.
Capable device required for 5G; coverage not available in some areas. See full terms
Unlocking innovation in higher education.
Our tools and solutions include:
America’s largest and fastest 5G network
Stream and download data quickly for assignments, homework, and learning.
Go digital with assignments in class or at home.
Create your own Wi-Fi anywhere you have T-Mobile coverage.
Strengthen your signal in the classroom.
Provide low-income students and families with the internet access they need to succeed.
Help keep data protected on mobile devices.
Make tracking and managing your buses and school vehicles simpler and more efficient.
Our solutions in action.
PARTNERING FOR SUCCESS
Sustaining the efficiencies of student connectivity.
Hear how T-Mobile and Austin ISD partnered during the pandemic to connect thousands of students with unlimited internet access, improving student and district success. And learn how they are leveraging the digital progress gained for the future.
Expanding digital access to all.
With T-Mobile HotSpots, GOAL High School students received online access to homework and class materials on the go, enabling them to connect and learn on their own time.
Find out how we partnered with the Palm Springs Unified School District to give students and faculty members internet access in schools, community hangouts, and apartment complexes.
“T-Mobile has offered us high speed in the areas we need it the most. We have 2,100 hotspots for our students and are working toward 4,000 total.”