T-Mobile 5G Home Internet Now Comes With Free Instacart+ & $100 Instacart Credit


T-Mobile has made an exciting announcement today, revealing that its 5G Home Internet customers will now receive a complimentary year of Instacart+ membership along with a generous $100 credit for Instacart purchases.

With the arrival of the moving season, T-Mobile aims to simplify the process of settling in and staying connected. In a statement on their website, the Un-carrier stated, “Whether moving houses or just moving on from your internet provider, the Un-carrier is making it easy to get settled and connected.” As part of this effort, T-Mobile is offering a limited-time promotion for new customers who switch to T-Mobile 5G Internet, providing them with free Instacart+ membership for one year and a $100 credit to use on groceries, as well as home and office essentials. This remarkable offer amounts to a total value of $200.

T-Mobile 5G Internet is available at a monthly rate of $50, offering customers fast and reliable broadband, alongside a host of attractive benefits:

  1. Flat Rate: There are no additional taxes or monthly fees, no equipment costs, and no annual contracts. T-Mobile believes in providing a transparent and straightforward pricing structure.
  2. Simple Setup: Setting up T-Mobile 5G Internet is a breeze. Customers receive a gateway through mail, which they can easily connect by plugging it in, downloading the app, and completing the setup process in less than 15 minutes. This eliminates the need for time-consuming installations and associated fees.
  3. Worry-Free Trial: T-Mobile offers a worry-free trial period of 15 days, allowing customers to experience the benefits of their 5G Internet service with no concerns. If they are satisfied with the service, they can continue using it. Otherwise, they have the option to return the gateway within the trial period and owe nothing. Additionally, T-Mobile will cover early termination fees up to $750 when customers switch from their current provider to T-Mobile 5G Internet.
  4. Price Lock: Customers can rest assured that T-Mobile is committed to maintaining the same monthly rate for their internet service. With the Price Lock Guarantee, there will be no unexpected rate increases.
  5. Free Stuff and Exclusive Perks: T-Mobile shows appreciation to its customers by offering weekly rewards and exclusive deals through T-Mobile Tuesdays. This includes benefits such as concert deals, savings on gas, free subscriptions to popular streaming services like MLB.TV, and much more.

It’s important to be aware of the terms and conditions associated with T-Mobile’s offerings:

  • Price Lock: While T-Mobile guarantees the regular monthly rate plan price for new lines with qualifying service, there may be exclusions such as taxes and fees.
  • Instacart+: After the one-year trial period, the Instacart+ subscription will automatically renew at a cost of $99 per year. Customers have the freedom to cancel at any time.
  • One promotional code per account: Customers must redeem the promotional code by November 2, 2023.
  • Availability: Not all areas may have access to the offer.
  • Speeds During Congestion: T-Mobile acknowledges that Home Internet customers may experience slightly lower speeds compared to other customers during periods of network congestion.
  • Regulatory Fees: Monthly prices for qualified accounts include regulatory fees.
  • Device Connection Charge: A $35 device connection charge is due at the time of sale.
  • ETF (Early Termination Fee): T-Mobile covers ETFs up to $750 for qualifying customers. This requires a qualifying credit, evidence of an Internet Service Provider (ISP) Early Termination Fee, and the activation of new Home or Business Internet service. The ETF, up to $750, is paid via a virtual prepaid Mastercard and can be used online or in-store through accepted mobile payment apps. It cannot be accessed as
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