T-Mobile to stream Major League Baseball games for free

T-Mobile is gearing up to offer free MLB.TV Premium streaming to its customers, as part of its T-Mobile Tuesdays giveaway next week. Fans of Major League Baseball will be able to sign into the app, starting March 27, and then have a week to sign up for the sporting goods.

According to T-Mobile, its users streamed the whopping 1.3 million hours of baseball with MLB.TV, and a season of Premium subscription for the service costs $115.99, so it's quite the generous offer on behalf of T-Mobile. CEO John Legere called all baseball fans with the following:

Not only that, but the deal takers can enter a sweepstake on the day the free MLB.TV Premium deal becomes available, and win a trip for two to the MLB All-Star Week, July 15-18, in Washington D.C., all expenses paid. You will be able to enter either from the T-Mobile Tuesdays app, or on Twitter on March 27th, so check this space.


1 Comment

1. LionStone

Posts: 1048; Member since: Dec 10, 2010

Even though most games will not be able to be streamed because you need to be OUT of the region to view the games in your area, still a nice perk.

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