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6 days 13 hours ago #1 by bingyee
It just launched.  $60/month isn't a bargain, but not unreasonable either, especially when you wouldn't have to buy your own router.  For comparison, I'm paying exactly that for Verizon FIOS 400mbps

T-Mobile announces widespread launch of consumer Home Internet service - CNET

I checked my address (literally 8 blocks from where the mayhem on Jan 6 occurred) and got the response that I was eligible.

Check Internet Availability At Your Address | T-Mobile Home Internet (t-mobile.com)

I'm curious to know if anyone has been using this service since T-Mobile started their pilot and if so, is the service good (as in comparably reliable and fast vis-a-vis cable or FIOS.

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6 days 12 hours ago - 6 days 12 hours ago #2 by PEW
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I am thinking of cancelling internet all together and just live off my Samsung phone with DEX.  I have a $20 USB-C hub that 1) powers my phone, HDMI out for monitor monitor, USB out for keyboard a and mouse. :)

www.samsung.com/us/explore/dex/

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6 days 12 hours ago - 6 days 12 hours ago #3 by mmfacemm
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Still not available for me. It isn't like I live out in the boonies. 30 mins out from a large city. Excellent tmobile signal including 5g.

It was just okay at $50. $60 is pretty steep unless you have no decent options.

I think really all you are getting is regular tmo service attached to an average router. The unlimited is the draw of course. 

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6 days 12 hours ago #4 by joseph
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What is the real world speed of this service?

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