​​​​Boost your internet with a mesh system.

Now introducing Home Internet Plus.

Home Internet Plus uses the power of our gateway and an optimized Wi-Fi Mesh Access Point for expanded coverage and consistent speeds throughout your home. Just $50/month with AutoPay and a premium voice line.

​​ Advanced home internet coverage.


  • Reliable Wi-Fi that limits dead zones and buffering.

  • ​Expanded coverage up to 2,200 sq. ft with more consistent speeds throughout your home.

  • 5G high-performance gateway and Wi-Fi Mesh Access Point included.

Blanket your home in fast, reliable Wi-Fi that eliminates dead zones and buffering.


  • Get a deeper level of support with 24/7 interactive video assistance.

  • A virtual expert helps with setup, troubleshooting, and management of your Wi-Fi connected devices.

  • Includes support for all your Wi-Fi needs, from setting up streaming services to connecting all your smart devices.

Most Mesh solutions work with T-Mobile Home Internet gateway and are ready to go with minimal configuration.


When is a Wi-Fi Mesh Access Point helpful?

Home size, materials, and layout can affect how Wi-Fi signal travels. Larger homes or homes with thicker walls or long, narrow layouts may need a boost for full coverage. With Mesh Wi-Fi, you’ll get consistent coverage down the hall, upstairs, or even in the backyard.
Home Internet Plus comes with our most advanced gateway and Wi-Fi Mesh Access Point at no extra charge.

Find out if T-Mobile Home Internet Plus is available in your area.

​​Only $50/month with AutoPay and a premium voice line. That’s just $10 more a month than standard home internet.

And with Price Lock, your monthly rate is locked in. Get your last month of service on us if we ever raise your internet rate.

Additional support for your Mesh Wi-Fi system.

​​A white T-Mobile 5G gateway and a white circular mesh access point.​

Got questions?

What is Mesh?

Mesh uses an access point, to extend the Wi-Fi signal around your house. Unlike extenders that just repeat signals, mesh systems are intelligently create a mesh network that actively manages connections to help remove dead spots and areas with weak signal throughout the home. In addition, a mesh network can provide a more seamless Wi-Fi connection, regardless of where you move your Wi-Fi devices throughout your home.

With Mesh technology’s ability to adapt and efficiently work all the time, you can have a smoother experience covering smart home needs across devices.

Mesh can be a good fit for large, multi-story homes or any space that needs an extra boost, since the signals can reach down and around hallways, upstairs or even in the backyard.

Can I still use my existing Wi-Fi router with a Mesh Wi-Fi system?

It depends on the specific Mesh Wi-Fi system you're using. Some systems require you to use their specific router, while others allow you to use your existing router or replace an existing router’s Wi-Fi network. You should check the product specifications before purchasing a Mesh Wi-Fi system to see if your existing router is compatible.

With the T-Mobile 5G Home Internet Plus plan, the T-Mobile Wi-Fi Mesh Access Point is optimized for, and only compatible with, select T-Mobile 5G Gateways.

What is the difference between Mesh Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi extender?

A Wi-Fi extender, also known as a range extender, is a device that amplifies and rebroadcasts the Wi-Fi signal from your router to extend its range. This means that the Wi-Fi extender relies on your router’s network name and password and simply repeats the signal to extend coverage. Wi-Fi extenders can be useful in smaller spaces or where there are only a few dead spots, but they have limited range and capacity. They can also create multiple networks with different names and passwords, which can be confusing for users.

On the other hand, a Mesh-network uses multiple nodes or access points to create a single, seamless Wi-Fi network that covers a larger area. Each node in the mesh network communicates with the others to provide coverage and to ensure a strong and reliable signal throughout the entire network. Mesh networks are designed to be scalable, so you can add more nodes as needed to expand coverage. They can also prioritize traffic and provide better overall performance compared to Wi-Fi extenders.

Read more about Mesh Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi extenders here.

Can I move my mesh access point to a different part of the house?

Yes! The best placement for Mesh is halfway between your gateway and the area in the house with the weakest Wi-Fi signal. The T Life app will provide a placement recommendation to ensure you have the best signal.

Do I need to be tech-savvy to set up a Mesh Wi-Fi system?

Setting up a Mesh Wi-Fi system is intended to be a hassle-free and uncomplicated process. With T-Mobile’s Home Internet Plus, customers can easily setup their T-Mobile Wi-Fi Mesh Access Point in the T Life app

How do I know if a Mesh Wi-Fi system is right for me?

A Mesh system may be the right solution if you're experiencing dead zones or weak Wi-Fi signals in your home. This can be due to having a large floor plan, multiple floors, obstacles with construction materials, or needing your Wi-Fi to reach your backyard, patio, or garage. In addition, Mesh also create more consistent Wi-Fi even if you are farther away from the gateway or need a smoother experience for a high volume of devices at home.

Best yet, T-Mobile’s 5G Home Internet Plus plan includes a Wi-Fi Access Point that provide coverage across your home. Contact us to get started

How many Mesh Access Points do I need?

The T-Mobile Wi-Fi Mesh Access Point, along with the 5G gateway, will cover the needs of most homes. Depending on building materials, layout or size, some homes may need an additional unit. Use the T Life app for guided assistance setting up your 5G Gateway and Mesh Access Point in the ideal location. If after using the guided setup you still need additional Wi-Fi coverage, call 1-877-920-5425 to get an additional unit.

Can I use the T-Mobile Wi-Fi Mesh Access Point outside?

No, the T-Mobile Wi-Fi Mesh Access Point is not recommended for outdoor use. However, you may still place the Mesh Access Point inside and enjoy the extended Wi-Fi signal outside in your backyard or porch.