T-Mobile promotion is a Grand Slam for the carrier's subscribers

T-Mobile promotion is a Grand Slam for the carrier's subscribers
Now that Bryce Harper has signed with the Philadelphia Phillies (13-years, $330 million), it is time for baseball fans everywhere to get ready for the 2019 season. And for T-Mobile subscribers, that means taking advantage of a free subscription to MLB.TV being offered by the carrier. The full season subscription, which would normally cost $118.99, begins on March 26th according to T-Mobile's website.

T-Mobile subscribers can access the offer through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. With the MLB.TV subscription, the carrier's customers will be able to stream from their phone, tablet or other connected device, every out-of-market regular season game either live, or on-demand. This includes home-or-away games. And with multi-view one screen, users will be able to stream four games at the same time.

The MLB.TV subscription includes a free 12-month premium subscription to At Bat, the best baseball app in the world. Normally priced at $19.99, or $2.99 a month, At Bat will allow T-Mobile subscribers to watch the free MLB.TV Game of the Day and all out-of-market games. Live look-ins allow At Bat premium members to see pivotal and key moments in other games. The app will also allow users to hear home, away, and Spanish radio play-by-play of every game. And it also features the breaking news, stats, and standings that every baseball fan wants to know about.

If you love baseball and can't wait to start following your team during the entire season, T-Mobile has your back with this promotion.

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5 Comments

1. Blazers

Posts: 719; Member since: Dec 05, 2011

Easily the best freebie of the year.

4. djcody

Posts: 219; Member since: Apr 17, 2013

Most boring sport ever. I don't want it even for free

5. Deadeye37

Posts: 288; Member since: Jan 25, 2011

I like going to games and I like to play it. I hate watching it on TV. Baseball & golf are the 2 sports I won't even attempt to try to sit through. I'll catch the highlight reel on ESPN.

2. looneyhouston

Posts: 32; Member since: Apr 10, 2014

This is garbage because every year I get this and can never watch an Astros game due to "blackout restrictions"

3. Blazers

Posts: 719; Member since: Dec 05, 2011

I do agree that MLBtv's black out restrictions are draconian. I live in southern NV, and all CA/AZ/CO games are blacked out which is complete BS.

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