T‑Mobile Home Internet expands to 57 Texas communities, including Lubbock

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T-Mobile announced expanded access to its fixed wireless Home Internet service in 57 cities and towns across the state, including Lubbock and several other local communities.

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Nearly a quarter of the Texas homes with access to T-Mobile Home Internet are in small towns and rural areas, helping improve access to the Internet, outside of just the big cities, for everything from education to jobs, according to a news release from the provider.

Today, nearly 4 million Texans have either no access to traditional home broadband or have only one choice. And in the middle of the pandemic, the Texas Education Agency estimated that 1.8 million students couldn’t participate in virtual learning because they didn’t have a broadband connection at home, the release states.

With Home Internet, subscribers get a flat price of $50/month with Autopay. Availability is based on network capacity, which is increasing all the time.

Panhandle and South Plains communities included in the expansion are: Amarillo, Borger, Hereford, Lamesa, Levelland, Lubbock, Pampa and Plainview

For more information or to see if T-Mobile Home Internet is available for your home, visit www.t-mobile.com/isp.

This article originally appeared on Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: T‑Mobile Home Internet expands to 57 Texas communities, including Lubbock

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