T-Mobile built America’s largest and fastest 5G network to serve everyone.

Discover how more coverage, faster speeds, and greater capacity are enhancing everyday connectivity, fueling innovation, and improving the ways we work.

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Enhancing connection at home and on the go.

T-Mobile 5G lets you do more, with Ultra Capacity 5G speeds as fast as Wi-Fi, an Extended Range 5G signal for broader nationwide coverage, and home internet you can rely on.


Fueling cutting-edge tech innovation.

We’re powering the future with the latest 5G wireless technologies, game-changing applications, and forward-thinking partnerships.

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Making measurable impacts on business.

Stay connected with T-Mobile 5G speed and coverage designed for business innovation, and the plans and devices that help get it all done faster.


Stay up to date with the latest stories and news.

See how 5G is benefiting communities, from network expansion to advancements in technology.

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Got questions?

What's the difference between 5G and 4G LTE?

5G continues the evolution of wireless after 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G. With 5G, high amounts of data can be transmitted more efficiently than 4G LTE. That means superior speeds to download movies and shows or video chat on the go. Plus, 5G provides support for more connected devices, a faster signal at large events, and low latency for quick responsiveness during data-demanding activities like cloud gaming.

What is T-Mobile Home Internet?

T-Mobile's 5G Home Internet is fast and reliable home internet for a flat rate of just $50 a month with AutoPay. There are no added taxes or fees, equipment costs, annual contracts, or price hikes. It’s 100% wireless and setup is simple. Customers receive a gateway device in the mail, plug it in, download the app, and connect in less than 15 minutes. There’s no need for drilling or professional installation. T-Mobile's dedicated Team of Experts offers support and is just a call or message away.


Signing up is easy, and with T-Mobile's Internet Freedom program, customers can try T-Mobile Home Internet worry-free, break up with their current provider at no cost, lock in their rate plan price with T-Mobile’s Price Lock guarantee, and get exclusive deals through T-Mobile Tuesdays.

Is there a data cap on the unlimited Home Internet service?

No, there are no data caps on our unlimited Home Internet service.

Who is eligible for the $50 unlimited Home Internet plan?

T-Mobile Home Internet household eligibility is based off network capacity, which is expanding all the time, but can also change as more customers join T-Mobile Home Internet. New and existing T-Mobile customers can check availability here .

What does 5G stand for?

5G is the fifth generation of wireless network technology. It's the next step in the evolution of wireless after 1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G networks.

What is 5G technology and why is it so important?

5G is the next generation of wireless network technology, designed to expand the scope of mobile technology beyond the capabilities of LTE. It will fuel innovation across every industry and transform every aspect of our lives. Over time, 5G technology will change the way we live, work, and play—for the better.

How do I know if I have 5G available in my area?

When you're in an area with T-Mobile 5G coverage, your phone will show a simple 5G or 5G UC icon in the upper right corner. You can also check our 5G coverage map to see coverage by location or at a specific address. Sprint customer can check their 5G coverage on the Sprint coverage map.

What is Business Internet from T-Mobile

Business Internet from T-Mobile leverages fixed wireless technology to provide internet connectivity to fixed places (franchise/satellite locations, retail stores, restaurants, clinics, etc.), similarly to traditional internet services like cable and DSL.