At $50 a month with no equipment fees, data caps or price hikes, T-Mobile Home Internet is pretty tempting. Here's how to take it for a free test drive.
By Ry Crist
If you're fed up with your high cable bill, your slow DSL speeds or any other of the lackluster internet options in your area, maybe you've considered skipping the wires and getting your home online with a fixed wireless cellular connection. Connections like that are nothing new, but this year, Verizon and T-Mobile are each promising better availability and faster 5G speeds, and they're each stepping up their efforts to win customers over with high-profile ad blitzes and tempting promotions for switching over.
Now, in the case of T-Mobile, you can try the company's home internet service out for free for up to 15 days.