Understanding the difference between dedicated broadband connection and mobile Internet

Antietam Broadband Flight Internet compared with
T-Mobile 5G Home Internet

Enjoy a more reliable Internet experience.

We read the fine print. Here's how we stack up against 5G home internet.



Antietam Internet has the fastest speeds in the area, up to 2.3Gbps (2,300Mbps).

T-Mobile offers 12-68 times slower speeds! T-Mobile 5G Home Internet customers see typical download speeds between 33-182 Mbps. Speeds can vary depending on location, signal strength and availability, time of day, and other factors.

A direct broadband connection through Antietam offers fiber-powered, reliable Internet.

T-Mobile says, “Weather, the surrounding terrain, use inside a building or moving vehicle” all affect speed and performance.


Antietam Broadband’s top priority is our customers. We pledge to go the extra mile to deliver outstanding service to every customer, every time.

T-Mobile plays favorites. Their main priority is cell phone service! Home Internet is second.

T-Mobile says, “Customers may notice reduced speeds in comparison to customers with a higher priority during network congestion…”


While enjoying Antietam’s fiber-powered Internet speeds, there are no restrictions on any streaming services. Antietam also offers television with over 120 HD channels.

With T-Mobile, you have to watch TV on their terms. T-Mobile is no longer compatible with some live TV streaming services, including Hulu Live and Sling TV Live.


Antietam Broadband believes in offering no contracts, we want to earn your loyalty. There are also no limits on data, enjoy limitless amounts of streaming and gaming.


Antietam has a LOCAL office with several ways to connect with us. Simply give us a call, live chat through our website and be able to reach us 24/7. With T-Mobile, there are no local offices, and the T-Mobile stores will not assist with the 5G Home Internet product.

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The information provided for this blog post is accurate as of February 2023 and is for general informational purposes only.