T-Mobile Gifting Customers Free Year of MLB.TV Premium Ahead of 2017 Season

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T-Mobile today announced that it will offer its customers a free annual subscription to MLB.TV Premium, a $119.99 value, on Tuesday, April 4.


T-Mobile customers will be able to claim the gift through its T-Mobile Tuesdays app until Wednesday, April 5 at 1:59 a.m. Pacific Time. Then, customers need to sign up for MLB.TV Premium by Tuesday, April 11 at 1:59 a.m. Pacific Time.

MLB.TV Premium allows baseball fans to stream every out-of-market game live or on demand on the web with supported devices, including the Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Roku, and Google Chromecast.

MLB.TV Premium also includes a free subscription to At Bat Premium, which unlocks high-quality streaming of select live MLB.TV broadcasts and highlight clips in the MLB.com At Bat app for iPhone and iPad.

Opening Day of the 2017 Major League Baseball season is Sunday, April 2. Spring Training wraps up this week.

T-Mobile customers must have a qualifying monthly rate plan, including "most consumer and business, postpaid, and prepaid plans." Government accounts and plans without high speed data are not eligible.

2017 marks the fourth consecutive year that T-Mobile has offered its customers a free year of MLB.TV Premium.

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43 months ago
T-Mobile is killing it with the promotional deals over the years. John Legere is putting up offers that appeal to everyone. Gotta love that he's always shaking up the competition. Good for all of us new to T-mobile or outside of their network.
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42 months ago

Do you have the T-Mobile Tuesday app installed? Once you redeem the free year, it will take you to MLB.TV page where you have to enter your T-Mobile phone number and then either login or create an account. I was able to claim the free year in about two minutes.

Thanks! For some reason I just hadn't clicked the link on the Tuesday app. Worked like a charm!
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43 months ago

"...can't see how anyone can complain about this."

You must be new around here...
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43 months ago

Too bad it won't work for the free 200 mb customers.

Should get unlimited data then...
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42 months ago
This is one of my favorite benefits of being a T-Mobile customer. Haven't had to pay for it for 3 years. Logged in the AM and got my account connected So between this and FOX Sports GO showing local games, I can watch all the baseball.
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42 months ago

anyone able to provide better instructions on how to sign up? TMobile says to go to MLB.TV and sign in using your phone number, but the only options the site has is to buy the package? What am I missing? Thanks!

Do you have the T-Mobile Tuesday app installed? Once you redeem the free year, it will take you to MLB.TV page where you have to enter your T-Mobile phone number and then either login or create an account. I was able to claim the free year in about two minutes.
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