T-Mobile Internet 4+


    • Free

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Set up your T-Mobile Internet service in just 15 minutes with the T-Mobile Internet app.

Once you’re up and running, the app is all you need to take control of your internet experience.

Find the strongest signal
Use the app’s interactive placement assistant to find the sweet spot for your T-Mobile 5G Gateway.

Manage your connected devices
Monitor and remove unrecognized devices for even more control of your network.

Update your password
Change the name and password of your network with ease for more personalization and control.

Schedule screen-time
Set screen-time limits for the non-stop scrollers and bedtime rule breakers in your family.

Getting started is easy, just download the T-Mobile Internet app today and enjoy high-speed internet on
your terms.

Note: To use this app you must be a current T-Mobile Internet customer.

What’s New

Version 2.13

The latest release includes:

• Stability improvements and bug fixes
• Allow spaces between words in Wi-Fi network names

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
82.7K Ratings

82.7K Ratings

Bill194 ,

Two weeks and still going

I’m still in the test mode, will test for 2 months before I turn off cable internet. I consistently get three to four bars mostly 4. I have about 20 devices on the network but, usually only two to three devices run concurrently. My T-Mobile internet is located In my study. Also in my study I have multiple streamer (from testing) and a smart tv that are directly connected from the T-Mobile router via a 8 port Ethernet switch, works well. My network Wi-Fi printer works well and fast.
So far my only complaint is, and I must explain. I have an Apple TV streamer and a ESPN+ subscription with this I can view up to 4 game at once. It has always taken a few seconds for a the Selection to sync and clear. T-Mobile takes much longer to sync and sometimes l must reselect the game to get it to sync. I would have thought with 5G it would be faster. Also I would like the option to use the T-Mobile as a modem to my existing Network rather than switching all my devices to the T-Mobile network. Other than that I’m very satisfied with T-Mobile Home Internet.

Gwizard1121 ,


I’ve been with T-Mobile in general for 5 years have had the home internet for about 4 months. No real major issues, in fact this internet worked when the regular home internet wouldn’t. However over the course of the last week I’ve major service interruptions. It started with no internet connection at about 7pm est and the first night was only off for an hour. I assumed maintenance and I was right it came back on no problem. Following night at the same time it goes out again and doesn’t come back for about 4 hours. Almost midnight. And the following night after that it goes out again and has yet to come back one. Nothing in my house will connect or stay connected to the gateway and when it does it says connected without internet. The internet app won’t load becuz it uses the Wi-Fi to connect to ur gateway so I constantly have to re setup my router from factory in order to get Ben log into the app. I called customer services and they reset my gateway from their end. It worked after another 20 minutes of resetting my gateway up from the beginning yet again. I’m a loyal customer. I recommend T-Mobile to anyone and everyone that will listen but something needs to be done about this. Granted it’s cheap but I still pay for a service, that for the most part I haven’t been able to use over the last couple weeks. This needs to be fixed or ur gonna lose me as a customer and if it continues you’ll lose a lot more people.

pleescrib ,

Service great, app is broken

Great service, no complaints there. But I can’t actually manage my hotspot because the app appears to be buggy. I’m on iPhone 14 pro max so I know it isn’t my hardware or iOS. The quick start guide says to go to a particular URL to manage the device while connected, but the admin portal won’t load. So that means it’s entirely up to this app to manage the network, and it won’t.
I do everything it tells me to, exactly as it tells me to (I’m a tech savvy guy, so this is extremely basic stuff we are talking about) and yet on the final step, it just refuses to recognize the fact that we are connected to the correct network. It thinks we are not connected. No VPN is messing it up, I’ve reinstalled the app three times, I’ve tried manually connected, auto connecting, and even disconnecting and reconnected while on the final screen and the result is the same. There’s an icon to call support but what are they going to do, put me on with a member of the app development team? Nope, a bug is a bug so hopefully this gets forwarded to the team who can fix it.

Rating two stars instead of one because if it were actually operable it would be a pretty good app. Clean interface, easy to understand, lots of helpful hints. I just can’t get under the hood to manage my device (which still works fine, btw, using the default password and network SSID.)

App Privacy

The developer, T-Mobile, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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