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T-Mobile Home Internet: Goodbye, Cable!

Cut the chord: no more Xfinity, no more AT&T.

I’ve been a long opponent of cable in any form. Companies like Comcast, Spectrum, and AT&T have dominated the home internet experience for far too long. In my first year with Xfinity’s internet service, I was paying $70 per month plus a $13 modem rental fee, along with a number of other random fees each month. And that…




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Brad LaPlante

Brad LaPlante

I write about gadgets and video games.

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