– Sep. 6th 2022 7:19 am PT
T-Mobile expanded its 5G Home Internet coverage from 40 to 45 million US homes back in June. Now the Uncarrier’s 5G Home Internet service has expanded again to 64 new cities in the Northeast covering 9 million additional homes.
T-Mobile has been quickly expanding its 5G Home Internet service this year and making it as appealing as possible.
After rolling out coverage to 45 million US homes this spring/summer, its 5G Home Internet also got:
Today in a press release, the Uncarrier shared that 64 new cities across Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania will be the latest customers that can get the 5G Home Internet service.
The Uncarrier says that should cover 9 million new homes and that 3 million people who haven’t had broadband access will be covered in this new rollout.
Covering over 50 million US homes now, you can check if T-Mobile 5G Home Internet is available in your area and we’ve also got a detailed comparison between T-Mobile and Verizon’s plans:
Here’s the detailed list of the 64 new Northeast cities with availability:
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Michael is an editor for 9to5Mac. Since joining in 2016 he has written more than 3,000 articles including breaking news, reviews, and detailed comparisons and tutorials.
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