T-Mobile announces cheap backup internet plan with cheaper introductory price

T-Mobile announces a new remarkably cheap backup internet plan
If you are a business owner, and your current internet connection isn't reliable or you just want to be careful by having a secondary connection, T-Mobile has a great new offer for you.

For a paltry amount of $15 per month, you can get T-Mobile's 5G Business Internet Backup. 

Keep in mind that this isn't going to be your primary internet connection and is mainly meant for customers who have a cable or fiber connection. It's meant to be a fallback option for times when your main internet stops working due to an unforeseen problem like equipment or network failure. This will ensure that your business doesn't come to a standstill when your primary internet goes offline.

If you are not a commercial user, this offer isn't for you.

The terms of the deal are also a little uncertain. T-Mobile says that with its backup solution, businesses can keep their essential devices online for up to seven days. That hints that your monthly payment of $15 will be enough for only seven days' worth of internet use. 

It's not clear how T-Mobile will assess the usage and whether it will be measured in terms of hours.

Also, you will only be able to lock in the $15 per month deal if you sign up before the price climbs to $30, which is the actual price of the plan.

Even with the seven-day stipulation and at the original price of $30, this is an affordable option when compared to other solutions with limited data allowance and the additional cost of buying the necessary equipment. 

A router is included in the monthly cost and T-Mobile assures that the setup process is simple.

Since the particulars of the deal are a little confusing, you might want to get in touch with a T-Mobile sales representative before signing up for the offer.

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