T-Mobile unveils T-Mobile WFX: home office internet is a separate cellular-based Wi-Fi network for enterprise customers
T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert announced T-Mobile WFX (work from anywhere), three solutions designed to help businesses and their employees meet the remarkable changes they face in tomorrow’s radically-transformed, post-pandemic, work-from-anywhere world. T-Mobile WFX includes: T-Mobile Enterprise Unlimited, wireless plans with unlimited 5G; T-Mobile Home Office Internet, home broadband designed to give remote employees the bandwidth and security needed to get work done; and T-Mobile Collaborate, a suite of mobile-first, cloud-based tools for business calling, messaging and conferencing from virtually any device, anywhere.
For employees who work from home, there’s the daily battle for bandwidth with the rest of the family and the hourly struggle to stay productive while waiting for videos to buffer and meetings to unfreeze. Companies face the thankless task of cobbling together a patchwork of regional service providers with different plans and service level agreements. Then there’s the risk that comes when employees use poorly secured personal Wi-Fi to access and share critical business information. T-Mobile Home Office Internet delivers a separate, high-security connection for employees working from home designed specifically to solve these problems. With Sprint now part of T-Mobile, the Un-carrier’s new 5G network is so powerful it makes replacing broadband in the home a reality for millions of people with blazing fast speeds.
T-Mobile unveils T-Mobile WFX: home office internet is a separate cellular-based Wi-Fi network for enterprise customers T-Mobile’s home office internet is a separate cellular-based Wi-Fi network for enterprise customers