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T-Mobile Tuesdays included with T-Mobile Home Internet

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If you recently signed up for T-Mobile Home Internet, T-Mobile Tuesdays is included!

1) You'll get a legit T-Mobile phone number for the T-Mobile supplied modem.
2) Load T-Mobile Tuesdays app on any device (AT&T cell phone in my case).
3) Sign in to the Tuesdays app with the phone number from #1 above.
4) The verification text will be sent to your T-Mobile Home Internet modem.
5) Scroll thru the screens on modem (left swipe). The last screen should be the text message verification for Tuesdays.
6) Enter the verifications code in the Tuesdays app.
7) Enjoy!

The modem will work for any SMS messaging, so anything you need a verification for (coupons.com, etc.).

https://www.t-mobile.com/isp/eligibility
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How's the T-Mobile internet working for you?
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Not well. The service in my area outside of Denver (foothills) is overloaded as they seem to throttle the service. Speedtest on my 5G iPhone is much faster than my 5G T-Mobile home internet modem, connected to the same tower.
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Great for me (wilds of central NJ)... generally 100+Mbps down and 15Mbps up... does drop to around 50 at times, but still almost 8 times faster than my old DSL.
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It's good to know t-mobile is providing home internet using a hotspot-router combo device. Currently paying about 50$/mo with spectrum in northwest PA. I am tempted to sign up for t-mobile internet service since the price is same and my home internet will become portable + tmo tuesdays perks.
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Quote from chinnaly :
It's good to know t-mobile is providing home internet using a hotspot-router combo device. Currently paying about 50$/mo with spectrum in northwest PA. I am tempted to sign up for t-mobile internet service since the price is same and my home internet will become portable + tmo tuesdays perks.
T-mobile home internet is a hot mess. With spectrum being the same price, stick with them.
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I'm utterly in love with T-Mobile at home. Comcast used to be the only high speed provider in my suburban area. The speeds were solid but they were charging me an arm and a leg for it not to mention needing to police my bill for magic price changes every few years. T-Mobile has been rock solid for us. Sure we went from ~600 mbps to ~150 mbps but the awesome customer service and straight forward billing have been so worth it. We weren't using all that bandwidth anyways.
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Interesting, I have terrible cell reception inside my house on my tmo cellphone. Plus frontier gigabit is only $64.99 in my area
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Great for me (wilds of central NJ)... generally 100+Mbps down and 15Mbps up... does drop to around 50 at times, but still almost 8 times faster than my old DSL.
you can't get cable internet stable plan $30 for 50mbps or 50-60 for 200mpbs?
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Interesting, I have terrible cell reception inside my house on my tmo cellphone. Plus frontier gigabit is only $64.99 in my area
i'd gladly trade for this problem. I got the death net spectrum service miss fios at my old place
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you can't get cable internet stable plan $30 for 50mbps or 50-60 for 200mpbs?
Been on DSL for years because Comcast service is horrible in my area. Dealt with tons of outages and cheapest plan is $50 intro rate and $95 a year (plus taxes and fees) ongoing.
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It's good to know t-mobile is providing home internet using a hotspot-router combo device. Currently paying about 50$/mo with spectrum in northwest PA. I am tempted to sign up for t-mobile internet service since the price is same and my home internet will become portable + tmo tuesdays perks.
Per their terms, it's not portable... linked to your address.
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I've been on TMobile Home Internet for almost 2 years. Tuesdays has always been included. I also got TMobile Tuesdays before that with a prepaid hotspot.
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I tried both the 4G and 5G modem versions. You have 20 days to try them out and can return for no charge.

I found my 4G modem was about 60/20 up/down. I cancelled this service and joined again with the 5G service. I never saw the fast speeds of 5G. There are no really close 5G towers to me. The 5G was not very different than the 4G at this time. Once there is better coverage, I will definitely try this again. As I have super reliable Comcast for 100/5 up/down, making the change did not make sense.
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Are the text messages also accessible via web browser into the modem?
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