T-Mobile could look as though it was late in the game by announcing the first 5G hotspot today, along with a range of 5G standalone hotspot plans. And besides, Verizon and AT&T have been selling 5G hotspots for a while now (although they began with significantly limited coverage). But the particular combination of T-broad Mobile’s 5G coverage and better-than-LTE speeds means that the system could be more available to more people.
Plus, the carrier’s separate 5G hotspot plan is designed to compete, beginning at $30 for 10GB and $40 for 30GB, and finishing at $100GB for $50. In contrast, AT&T’s separate hotspot plans start at $60 a month for 15GB; Verizon’s packages start at $80 for 15GB of 5G.
T-Inseego Mobile’s 5G MiFi M2000 hotspot is now available from T-Mobile and costs $336 for purchase. Now the carrier is promising to drop it down to $168 if you add a new line and spread the charge over 24 months. The M2000 has a battery life of more than 24 hours and is able to connect up to 30 devices at once, according to the business.
5G comes in many varieties, and not all of them are equal. T-Mobile has embraced a multi-layer strategy with an ambitious growth plan, working to expand total coverage rapidly as well as to improve its mid-band offerings, thanks to its purchase of Sprint’s network last spring.
With 50 million children in remote learning and many working from home, people today rely even more on their connected devices to work, learn, and play. With 100GB, that’s enough to keep the entire family connected to up to 320 hours of video calls every month! And this amazing deal isn’t just for T-Mobile and T-Mobile Metro, it’s even accessible to Verizon and AT&T clients who just want the best industry price on a hotspot data plan.