T-Mobile Us Inc TMUS, one of the country’s largest cell phone network providers, announced its popular MLB.TV perk for customers is returning.
The deal is offered through T-Mobile’s “T-Mobile Tuesdays” promotion, which allows customers to access special deals.
The company originally signed an agreement with Major Leabue Baseball (MLB) for four seasons starting in 2019 through the 2022 season but appears to have reached an agreement to extend the partnership for at least one more year.
How To Redeem The Deal: In order to access T-Mobile’s free year of MLB.TV, first you have to be a T-Mobile customer. Then you will need to download both the T-Mobile Tuesdays app, as well as the MLB.TV app.
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The MLB.TV subscription allows you to watch any out-of-market game, at any time, including on-demand. This means the subscription is still subject to blackouts and you may not be able to watch a game of a team in the region you are located in. For instance, if you are in the New York City area, you might not be able to access Yankees or Mets games.
T-Mobile’s stock has held up surprisingly well against the overall market. In fact, from last March to this March, T-Mobile’s stock was up more than 13%. For comparison, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust SPY is down about 13% in the same time period.
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