Access the Power of 5G Today

(StatePoint) 5G is providing broad coverage and faster speeds to help keep people connected to the people and things they love most. In fact, people with 5G are already seeing improvements when doing data-heavy tasks: Ninety-two percent saw improvements with downloading videos and 84 percent say video chat was better, according to T-Mobile research.

However, to reap these benefits, one must have a 5G-enabled device and a wireless provider with a powerful 5G network. Just in time for back to school, a new offer from Metro by T-Mobile is giving more Americans the chance to experience 5G. The prepaid provider is offering “iPhone 12 mini with 5G on Us” when you switch, along with access to T-Mobile’s nationwide 5G network, which covers 300 million people across 1.6 million square miles and is continuing to light up in more places nationwide.

Here’s how it works: pick up your iPhone 12 mini with 5G from a Metro by T-Mobile store. After three months, T-Mobile gives you a rebate making that phone yours free and clear. Simply bring in your qualifying trade-in and activate your phone number. For $60 per month (or just $30 per person per month for a family of four), the plan includes unlimited talk, text and 5G smartphone data; monthly taxes and fees included, and 15GB of high-speed hotspot data, plus an Amazon Prime membership.

“When we said 5G for all, we meant it,” said Jon Freier, Executive Vice President, T-Mobile Consumer Group.

To check out Metro by T-Mobile’s 5G coverage and latest offers, visit metrobyt-mobile.com/network. You can also bring your own device and get any one of Metro by T-Mobile’s plans. To find the plan option that works best for you, visit metrobyt-mobile.com/cell-phone-plans.

5G is the next generation of wireless technology and can be a total game-changer for those with access, offering faster downloads and support for more connected devices than ever before. Fortunately, new opportunities are giving more people the ability to use 5G technology at a price that works for them.