After a lengthy pilot, T-Mobile Home Internet is now an official product, CEO Mike Sievert announced during the carrier’s Next event on Wednesday. With today’s launch, 30 million Americans across all 48 contiguous states and Hawaii can sign up for the service. T-Mobile says the package will offer average speeds greater than 100 Mbps for most new customers. At the very least, everyone who’s eligible for the service will see download speeds of at least 50 Mbps. The service, which is built on T-Mobile 4G LTE and 5G networks, will set you back $60 per month with automatic payments. That price includes no additional taxes, annual contracts or an equipment rental fee. T-Mobile also promises unlimited data and no throttling.