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Most T-Mobile Home Internet customers are on tax-inclusive voice plans or have Home Internet as the only lines on their account. This means that regulatory fees are included in the price of Home Internet. Customers on a tax-exclusive voice plan will pay regulatory fees on top of the $50 after AutoPay rate.



You can use your Home Internet for all the homework, streaming, and video conferencing you need! But to ensure that our network is available for all customers, there are some restrictions on activities that can damage or disproportionately congest the network. For example, Home Internet is not intended for unattended use, automatic data feeds, automated machine-to-machine connections, or uses that automatically consume unreasonable amounts of available network capacity. Please see T-Mobile's Terms and Conditions for prohibited uses.

T-Mobile 5G Home Internet customers see typical download speeds between 33-182 Mbps, which is great speed for streaming video, surfing the web, working from home and most types of online gaming. Speeds can vary depending on location, signal strength and availability, time of day, and other factors. Our speed projections are based on our analysis of internal and third-party data. See for more information.

We don't offer tiered pricing based on speeds at this time. Customers automatically receive the best speeds available from the Home Internet service at their home address. As better speeds are available, customers will automatically experience them, at no additional cost. During congestion, Home Internet customers may notice speeds lower than customers using other T-Mobile services due to data prioritization.

Starting February 10, 2023, T-Mobile postpaid customers with an eligible unlimited Home Internet or Small Business Internet line and at least one qualifying Magenta MAX or equivalent voice line can get their Home Internet or Small Business Internet service for just $30 per month (with AutoPay) via $20 monthly bill credit and $5 AutoPay discount.

T-Mobile postpaid customers with a qualifying unlimited Home Internet or Small Business Internet line and at least one Magenta MAX or equivalent voice line qualify for the $30 Home Internet or Small Business Internet service (with AutoPay). The following scenarios are all eligible!

Starting February 10, 2023, T-Mobile postpaid customers with an eligible unlimited Home Internet or Small Business Internet line and at least one qualifying voice line can get their Home Internet or Small Business Internet service for just $40 per month (with AutoPay) via monthly bill credits.

T-Mobile postpaid customers with an eligible unlimited Home Internet or Small Business Internet line and at least one qualifying voice line can get $40 Home Internet or Small Business Internet service (with AutoPay).

Once a customer uses their monthly allotment of data, they will experience reduced speeds (128kbps). Customers can add more data at any time via the myTMO app, online at, or calling customer Care (1-800-937-8997).

T-Mobile Internet Lite customers will receive notifications to their Home Internet gateway at 80%, 95% and 100% of data usage. A second notification will be sent via email, if an email is on file. Additionally, T-Mobile Home Internet and Voice customers will also receive an SMS message to their phone line, informing them of their data usage.

While utilizing 2G (128kbps) speeds, you can access any page in the or domains without a negative impact to your data limit. You will still be able to access these sites even with reduced speeds. Other use will be reduced to 2G (128kbps) speeds.

International CallersCall: 1-505-998-3793All calls made to this number from a T-Mobile handset are free from roaming, airtime, or long distance charges. Calls made to this number from landlines and non-T-Mobile phones will incur international long distance charges as well as any other additional charges that may apply.Customer Care representatives are available daily from 4 a.m. to Midnight PST

The Mobile Home Program is one of the Housing Advocacy programs. Our goal is to give mobile home park residents greater control over their housing, through organizing and education, in order to protect and improve their housing rights and living conditions. Our services are described in detail in this PDF.

Most mobile home park residents are both owners and renters: they own their homes but rent the land underneath. The Mobile Home Program specializes in helping people living in mobile home parks navigate the unusual situation of being both an owner and a renter.

MHIR Home Repair Awards - The Manufactured Home Improvement and Repair (MHIR) Home Repair Awards help manufactured (mobile) home owners in manufactured home parks prevent loss of their housing by providing repair assistance.

Staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekServes all of New Castle County and greater Smyrna in Northern Kent County.Provides hotline support, mobile outreach and walk-in crisis services.

Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, anytime. Crisis Text Line is here for any crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds, all from our secure online platform. The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment.

Plumbing problems plague mobile home residents just as much as they do site-built homeowners. However, because the systems are different in so many ways, you will need special knowledge and skills to understand and work with your manufactured home's plumbing.

Mobile homes do not always encounter the same plumbing issues as site-built homes. If something goes wrong, you need to know necessary information such as where to turn off the water to mitigate damage until a plumber can arrive. Understanding the basics could save your home and possessions from water damage.

You can do some minor plumbing repairs yourself, such as preparing your plumbing for winter or using a plunger. A knowledge of how your home's plumbing works will make it easier for you to determine when to do minor chores yourself and when to call a professional. If you feel concerned about a plumbing problem, always consult a Mr. Rooter expert for service.

Fixtures are another essential element of your plumbing system. These are the parts you interact with daily. Faucets, toilets, showers and washing machines are all plumbing components. Problems may occur with the fixtures or with the lines. Understanding both will help you identify the source of the problem when something goes wrong.

The plumbing system in every home or business starts with fresh water lines to bring in clean water. Some of this water goes to the water heater for warming. The hot water travels through its lines to come out of the hot water faucets on your sinks and appliances. Cold water continues through the supply pipes to service your washer, toilet, bathtub, shower and taps.

After you use the water from any fixture, the rest goes down the drain. All the drain lines connect to the major waste line that leaves your home. A blockage in the home's waste line could cause a backup of wastewater into the house. This job requires expert repairs to clear the clog safely. Due to the design of a mobile home's plumbing system, removing a clog could be more difficult if it is in the main exit line from home. A professional plumber will know how to deal with the situation.

To ensure drain lines work correctly, they must have ventilation. Think about trying to pour water out of a container with only one opening. It does not flow as quickly because as water leaves, air must come into the container to take its place. The same principle holds with your drain lines. Air needs to enter the system to help wastewater move out of your home as fast and smoothly as possible. The location of the ventilation for site-built and mobile homes is one of the significant differences in the plumbing systems for these constructions. Knowing the site of the ventilation spots can help you see if a blockage is restricting drain flow.

The incoming and outgoing water lines, vents and fixtures in your home create the entire plumbing system. However, the specific design is not the same in a mobile home compared to a site-built home. Discover the differences to know how your mobile home has a unique plumbing system.

If you live in a manufactured home, you may not initially be aware of the plumbing differences from a site-built home. Because mobile homes are not permanent structures, the plumbing entering and leaving the house has a distinctive design. Everything from the materials to the location of the pipes and drain venting has different orientations compared to site-built homes.

The materials in manufactured homes often are innovative in the plumbing world. Homebuilders like to use new plumbing in mobile homes to see how they function. For example, builders first used PEX piping in manufactured homes before it became common in site-built home designs. Today, this pipe material is a standard in the industry.

Some manufactured homes built between the 1970s and 1990s had polybutylene pipe installed. Bleach used to sanitize the water supply would cause the material to wear out and leak. This type of pipe is no longer available. If you have it in your mobile home, consider repiping to replace it. During negotiations, request the owner to repipe the house at their expense before you move in.

Drain pipes carry waste water out of your home. Materials typically used for waste lines include PVC, chromed brass or cast iron. PVC is likely to be the chosen material because experts who know how to plumb a mobile home find it easier to install. It also costs less than metal pipes. These materials are not very different from those used in site-built homes, though, making drain pipes a common factor between the two. 041b061a72


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