Not sure if T-Mobile Home Internet will work well at your house? Now you can try it out risk-free for 15 days, and if you don’t like it you can return it for a full refund.
According to a document shared with us here at The T-Mo Report, shown below, T-Mobile will offer full refunds for new and existing customers that sign up for their Home Internet service and decide to cancel within 15 days.
Customers who choose to cancel their service within the 15 day time frame will receive the refund via a bill credit to the account. The bill credit will equal the amount initially charged for a month of service.
T-Mobile’s Home Internet service has been a pretty solid offering for many people across the country. The service offers, according to T-Mobile, an average speed of 35 Mbps to 115 Mbps download, with many customers far exceeding that depending on available coverage bands in the area.
There are plenty of deals to be had for T-Mobile Home Internet customers, too. Paramount+ for a year, Ooma home phone service for $9.99/mo, and $10 off YouTube TV and Philo are all available to Home Internet customers.
The carrier recently released their new 5G Gateway model, made by Arcadyan, to supplement their supply of hardware for the Home Internet service. It’s clear T-Mobile is taking things seriously, and wants people to try the service to see if it will work for them.
The risk-free offer begins Thursday January 27th. T-Mobile Home Internet costs $50/mo, taxes included, with autopay. You can check eligibility in your area at this link.