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T-Mobile Lowers Home Internet Price to $50

T-Mobile lowered its home internet price from $60 to $50 per month all inclusive as it pushes a new initiative against cable internet providers that it calls the “big fee deal.”

To some extent, this is trying to revive the sassiness of the John Legere era (the deal has the initials “BFD”), but it also shows that T-Mobile is going after existing cable and landline customers, not the rural unconnected targeted by Starlink and other next-gen satellite services.

The focus here is on how T-Mobile’s all-inclusive rate beats the complex construction of setup fees, modem rental fees, and ballooning monthly payments that make up the typical cable bill. T-Mobile isn’t wrong.

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