Coverage device comparison

If you want to improve your indoor coverage, T-Mobile has a few different options.

 

 

Which option is right for you?

Take a look at the questions below to see what T-Mobile offers to make your reception better.

 

Does your device support T-Mobile Wi-Fi Calling?

 

Yes: Almost all recent phones support our Wi-Fi Calling, and most homes have Wi-Fi. We recommend trying  Wi-Fi Calling. It works anywhere you have Wi-Fi with no additional fees. Also, there's no hassle with extra equipment.

 

No: One of our other overage options below might help.

 

Do you have high-speed home Internet?

 

Yes: Most people with high-speed Internet can use  Wi-Fi Calling. But if you can't, our 4G LTE CellSpot may help. It's like having a small cell tower in your home.

 

No: Check that you have at least one bar of 3G, 4G, or LTE signal indoors. If you do, you may be able to use a 4G LTE Signal Booster to make it stronger.

 

 

Learn more & compare

Coverage optionHow it works
Requires

Wi-Fi Calling

 

Learn more: Wi-Fi Calling

With Wi-Fi Calling, your device can connect to the T-Mobile network over Wi-Fi Internet connections wherever you go.

 

Your phone connects over Wi-Fi.

  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Device that supports Wi-Fi Calling
  • No additional deposits or fees!

4G LTE CellSpots

 

Learn more: CellSpots

The CellSpot connects to your Internet service, and then broadcasts wireless signal like a mini cell tower.

 

Your phone connects over cellular (3G, 4G, 4G LTE)

  • High-speed Internet
  • $25 refundable deposit
  • Possible fees for not returning device in good condition
  • No signal or Wi-Fi needed!

4G LTE Signal Boosters

 

Learn more: Signal Boosters

A signal booster picks up a low T-Mobile signal, and it boosts the signal for your devices to connect reliably.

 

Your phone connects over cellular (3G, 4G, 4G LTE)

  • At least 1 bar of signal
  • $25 refundable deposit
  • Possible fees for not returning device in good condition
  • No Internet or Wi-Fi needed!