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T-Mobile expands baseball partnership, gives away MLB. TV Premium subscriptions

By Adrian Diaconescu March 17, 2016, 4:39 am

Hands down the fastest-growing wireless service provider in the US over the past few years has always been a major supporter of one of the longest-enduring team sports on the North American continent. And now T-Mobile is taking its commitment to Major League Baseball to the next level, letting its customers stream over 7,000 hours of the bat-and-ball game for free this year.

All you need to do is be a T-Mo prepaid or postpaid subscriber come early April, and remember to sign up for MLB. TV Premium between the 3rd and 10th of the month. The 2016 regular season of course kicks off on April 3, so if you’re already a fan, there’s no way you’ll forget about the “Uncarrier’s” promotion.


Not when you’re eligible for a $110 value without jumping through hoops, and can check out every out-of-market game on your Android or iOS phone or tablet, even Windows PCs, Macs, smart TVs, PlayStations and Xboxes.

Better yet, you also qualify for gratis access to At Bat Premium, the number one selling sports app in the Apple App Store, which typically requires a $20 fee for its full content and features to be unlocked. It looks like T-Mobile is pretty much batting a thousand this season.

Source: T-Mobile Newsroom


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