One week in the wake of reporting its Home Internet initiative, some T-Mobile clients have officially gotten their setup kit.
A few photographs and setup subtleties of the T-Mobile Home Internet kit have been presented on Reddit by client Modesecond. Everyone get the opportunity to see T-Mo’s 4G LTE box from the front, back, and bottom. This isn’t the first occasion when that everyone have seen the T-Mobile Home Internet router, however the photographs do give us a decent take a gander at the box from various points in reality. The photographs additionally affirm that the router’s model number is TM-RTL0102.
The router accompanied a 4G LTE SIM card preinstalled, and Modesecond says that setup was “super easy”. The box is dual-band and has individuals set the SSID and password for each. T-Mobile offers applications for Android and iOS to enable individuals to deal with their Wi-Fi networks, see the connection quality, see the gadgets associated with the router, and check their use. Individuals can likewise get support from T-Mobile client care in the event that individuals need it.
With regards to utilizing the gadget, a speed test demonstrates that the box got 86.84Mbps down and 17.29Mbps up with a 33ms ping, which is equivalent to the speeds that Modesecond got with their Galaxy S10. Streaming 1080p video from YouTube is said to function admirably, and strikingly, the router software clearly gives individuals a chance to send and get text messages. The T-Mobile Home Internet plan accompanies unlimited data, yet amid times of blockage, T-Mo says individuals may get slower speeds because of data prioritization.
T-Mobile’s Home Internet service is at present invitation-only, and T-Mo has said that it’s enticing clients in “rural and underserved markets.” Reddit client Modesecond says that they’re found 35 miles from Atlanta, GA in a subdivision with two home internet choices: 6Mbps DSL or 70Mbps from Comcast.
Just a restricted group of clients will gain admittance to T-Mobile Home Internet, so it’s flawless to see the router, all things considered, and get hands-on data from somebody that got into the pilot test. The service costs $50 every month with autopay and T-Mo says that it hopes to offer speeds of around 50Mbps, however this specific client is getting more than that.