From CNET: T-Mobile's Home Internet is back to $50 a month. After launching the service this summer for $60, T-Mobile on Tuesday announced that it's officially back to the lower rate.
If that pricing sounds familiar, it's because it is. When T-Mobile first began trialing its home broadband product, it was offering unlimited connectivity over its 4G and 5G networks for $50 a month. When it launched in April, that price jumped up to $60 a month.
In recent months it offered a $10-a-month bill credit to new customers who signed up and had enabled AutoPay to bring the price back to $50 a month.
With Tuesday's announcement, the flat price is now once again just $50 with AutoPay. If you don't want automatic payments it is $55 a month.
While T-Mobile won't be automatically lowering the price for people who are already using the service, those who are paying $60 a month can call into T-Mobile to have their rate adjusted.
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