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.


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