T-Mobile customers to receive free MLB.TV and At Bat Premium subscriptions valued at $132.98

If you love Baseball as much as we do, you'll really be excited about next week's T-Mobile Tuesday. All T-Mobile subscribers will get a one-year subscription to MLB.TV Premium. That's like catching a Giancarlo Stanton blast barehanded while sitting in the left field seats. The subscription is valued at $112.99! And with T-Mobile One, you'll be viewing each game for free in 720p. All out of market games will be available for your viewing pleasure on your compatible device.

The free subscription to MLB.TV Premium comes with (hold on to your chewing tobacco) a free subscription to the best sports app available. We're talking of course, about At Bat Premium. With the app, you can hear every pitch of every game delivered by the home team's radio crew, or from the visiting team's play-by-play announcers. Other freebies offered on April 4th include a free VUDU baseball movie rental, and a $2 promo gift card from Dunkin' Donuts.

The big Grand Prize for the week is a trip to Miami from July 9th through the 12th for the MLB All Star Week. The game this year will be played at Marlins Park. Even if the temperature hits 100 degrees outside, it is a comfortable 72 degrees inside the dome. Other prizes include $50 and $100 MasterCard gift cards that can be used toward the purchase of MLB gear.

To grab the free MLB.TV subscription, T-Mobile customers need to claim the giveaway by April 5th before 2:00am PDT. They next need to sign up for MLB.TV Premium before 2am PDT on April 11th. After downloading and installing the At Bat app from the App Store or Google Play Store, games can than be viewed live.

The MLB.TV subscription and the At Bat Premium app subscription have a combined value of $132.98. And if you're not a T-Mobile customer, it is not too late to put yourself into scoring position. Visit T-Mobile's website (T-Mobile.com), or take a trip to the nearest T-Mobile location.

source: T-Mobile



1. John-Knotts

Posts: 380; Member since: Feb 28, 2015

Now this is great!

2. Acdc1a

Posts: 475; Member since: Jan 21, 2016

Free baseball with my unlimited data. What a world!

3. joevsyou

Posts: 1093; Member since: Feb 28, 2015

TM is killing it!

4. TheVarnimal

Posts: 45; Member since: Oct 22, 2015

This is a good response to Verizon, but Verizon has had the partnership with the NFL for awhile now and it doesn't charge your data to watch NFL games, and through their go90 app which also doesn't count against data, you have the NBA League Pass which lets you watch any games that aren't being broadcast on ABC, ESPN, or TNT. Baseball's popularity is waning, but the NBA and surprisingly the MLS are on the rise in the US.

7. kevv2288

Posts: 308; Member since: Jul 30, 2015

T-Mobile did this last too it's not new. tmobile only offers unlitmed data plans so nothing counts towards your data. Also you can watch nba games on any carrier thru league pass. The NFL is the only thing you can't watch on tmobile but nothing they can do when Verizon has exclusive rights. Directv has had exclusive rights forever with the NFL and without directv you can't watch any out of market games on any carrier not even Verizon.

10. TheVarnimal

Posts: 45; Member since: Oct 22, 2015

Fairly certain Verizon Wireless is the only carrier that gives you NBA League Pass for no extra charge and since it's bundled under go90, it doesn't use any data.

5. kevv2288

Posts: 308; Member since: Jul 30, 2015

Enjoy your 720p Alan f. You must have an iPhone because every damn article you write about tmobile and video you mention 720p. For anyone else there's no video limit on their hd you can stream up 1440p or whatever your phones resolution supports depending on your network connection of course.

6. Alan01

Posts: 638; Member since: Mar 21, 2012

T-Mobile One allows video to be streamed for free at 720p. Sure, you could go to 1440p, I do personally, but then again I am on another carrier. Considering that we are talking about T-Mobile One here, the proper number to quote is the 720p. If you want to send me your personal email via the tips line, I'd be more than happy to show you what I'm talking about. Regards, Alan F.

8. kevv2288

Posts: 308; Member since: Jul 30, 2015

Tmobile one is Not limited to 720p, it will stream in Native hd, I have had it since September and watch videos in 1080p and 1440p. If you don't have tmobile one with hd activated then it's limited to 480p, if you have hd activated there is no 720p limit and I don't know where you got this from because tmobile has never said that. Verizon also has no video limit. Sprint limits to 1080p which is stated on their website.

9. Bernoulli

Posts: 4362; Member since: Sep 01, 2012

Nah I liliked better the bayern munchen deal they had two summers ago

11. TheVarnimal

Posts: 45; Member since: Oct 22, 2015

Verizon's go90 gives you Spanish league, French league, Italian league, Champions league I believe and the World Cup qualifiers atm. I have seen EPL on there too. It's a good selection.

14. Bernoulli

Posts: 4362; Member since: Sep 01, 2012

Is that extra a month? Spanish league is overpraised but definitely a champions League fan as well as Barclay's

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