T-Mobile is giving all of its customers a free year of baseball streaming
T-Mobile is into doing nice things for its customers recently. The company has announced that it is giving away a free year of MLB.tv baseball streaming to all of its users, including those on older plans and prepaid service.
A regular season costs $112.99 a year, with MLB at Bat, which includes iPhone, iPad and Apple TV access, an additional $19.99, so Major League Baseball is likely hoping that this turns into some revenue-positive conversions in the 2018 season. At Bat is included in the promotion.
T-Mobile says that the promo is part of its T-Mobile Tuesdays campaign (opens in new tab), where it gives something nice away every week. The promo begins April 4 to celebrate the official return of baseball in the U.S. (and Canada — don't forget the Blue Jays!)
Customers will only have over a day to sign up for the promotion; it ends at 4:59am ET on April 5. Once signed up, customers will need to sign into the MLB.tv app or website before 4:59am ET on April 11, so there isn't much time to take advantage of the promo. And according to the rules, the free access will expire on February 28, 2018.
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If I cared for Baseball(too boring for me) I would be excited this is the second time that TMobile is doing this. I wish that they would do this with the nba app.
OMG I can't wait! I was about to pay for the year but don't need to now.