T-Mobile giving customers free streaming access to MLB TV


If you’re a baseball fan, you’re going to love the T-Mobile Tuesdays freebie coming next week!

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Stream all the live baseball action you want for free

On April 4, T-Mobile will give customers a free season-long subscription to MLB.TV Premium as part of their weekly T-Mobile Tuesdays offer. The freebie also includes MLB.com At Bat Premium. That’s a $112.99 value!

T-Mobile customers streamed over 1 million hours of baseball last season, CEO John Legere noted in a press release.

“This season, baseball is totally unlimited on T-Mobile,” he added. “Customers can stream all they want on T-Mobile ONE without ever worrying about data caps. Limits are outta here!”

MLB.TV Premium allows you to watch every home and away game on your mobile device and even includes live game DVR, multi-game viewing and more. At Bat Premium, meanwhile, offers all the stats and more that a fan could ever want.

To redeem this free offer, log into the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on either April 4 or April 5.

Here’s how to really “Clark” this deal

More good news: The Un-carrier is currently running a 20% off for life promo for new customers.

If you bring a line to T-Mobile by March 31, you’ll get your entire bill reduced by one-fifth each month for as long as you’re a customer!

More details are available here.


One line of unlimited data starts at $70 with T-Mobile. Two lines are available for $100.

So think about it: One $70 line discounted by 20% for as long as you’re a customer becomes $56. Two lines become $80 with the 20% discount for life — instead of $100.

And T-Mobile’s pricing includes all taxes and fees!

So if you act fast, you can get a free season-long subscription to MLB.TV Premium and a 20% lifetime monthly discount from T-Mobile.

While there may be cheaper options from other providers based on your service needs, that’s a pretty sweet deal!

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