T-Mobile’s popular mainline home internet offering uses 5G gateways and connects wirelessly to T-Mobile cell towers. This flexibility has allowed them to expand rapidly across the US, now available to over 40 million homes. Last year, the company decided to invest in fiber-based home internet as well, and began offering fiber-optic home internet in parts of New York City. It now appears the company has expanded their fiber footprint to two more locations, both in Colorado.
First shown via a postcard sent to a user on Reddit, the company now offers (or will very soon offer) fiber-optic home internet in Pueblo, Colorado and Northglenn, CO.
The card states that plans start at $55/mo. The T-Mobile Fiber website has also been updated to include these cities, and unlike the initial New York launch, these new cities appear to have availability in individual homes and not just apartment complexes.
It also appears that T-Mobile may be actually laying the fiber for these buildouts. There’s speculation that money from the infrastructure bill may be responsible for the new buildout, though this is just rumor for now.
The company is offering these two cities a 500Mb/s option for $55/mo and a gigabit option with an unknown price. The connection is symmetrical, so both download and upload will be at those speeds. The service also provides the customer with a free WiFi 6 router when they sign up, and T-Mobile promises no rate hikes too.
Customers in Pueblo or Northglenn in Colorado can check availability on T-Mobile’s fiber website. The company also has a waitlist, so if you’re eager to get T-Mobile Fiber, you can fill out this form here.