It’s been just over a year since T-Mobile launched its 5G Home Internet and today the Uncarrier has announced a slew of updates to make the service more appealing than ever. From a free trial, up to $500 in early termination fee coverage, $50/month lifetime price lock, and even $50 off an Apple TV, T-Mobile is aiming to give customers the “freedom to switch” from their existing broadband provider.

At the end of April, T-Mobile expanded the coverage of its 5G Home Internet from 30 to 40 million households. And today during its Internet Freedom Uncarrier event, T-Mobile announced a big initiative to get new customers to try out the service including:

  • Free 15-day 5G Home Internet trial
  • Zero cost to cancel your broadband (up to $500)
  • $50/month price lock for life (for both Home and Business plans)
  • $30/month for existing Magenta Max plan customers

Additional promotions include:

  • $50 off any streaming device including Apple TV
  • 50% off YouTube TV for a year
  • Access to T-Mobile Tuesday deals

T-Mobile also announced that its 5G Business Internet is now available everywhere in the US that its wireless service reaches.

As a refresher, T-Mobile touts its 5G Home Internet features:

  • $50/month with AutoPay, period. No added taxes or fees. No equipment fees. No contracts. No surprises or exploding bills.
  • Fast and unlimited. With expected average speeds of 100 Mbps for most new customers, it’ll handle all your home’s needs, with unlimited data and no caps.
  • 5G powered. T-Mobile ships a 4G/5G gateway to your home.
  • Easy to setup. Plug it in, download the app and follow a few simple instructions. You’re online in minutes.

You can check if the service is available in your area and learn more in the event video below:

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