T-Mobile Customers Get MLB At Bat Premium For 2018 Season

For the past few years, T-Mobile has been giving out the Premium version of the MLB At Bat app to its customers for free. And it is doing it yet again this year. Starting next Tuesday, March 27, you can pick up your free subscription through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. You have until April 2 to pick up your subscription through the T-Mobile Tuesday app, and you then need to register through the MLB At Bat app to get your subscription by April 2 at 11:59PM EST to get it for free for the entire year.

The MLB At Bat app is a one-stop shop for everything regarding baseball. It's the official MLB app, and it does provide you with a slew of great features. Including being able to keep up with your favorite team(s), finding out their scores, where they are in the division and the league, and so much more. With the premium version, you'll be able to view games live, whether you are in that market or not. So if you're traveling, but don't want to miss a single Red Sox game, you can watch them in the MLB At Bat app and stay up to speed with what's going on. Of course, you can also watch the games later on, or just watch highlights from the game, if you don't have time to watch the entire game. MLB At Bat Premium would normally cost you around $19.99, so this isn't a huge deal for customers, but still a great deal for those that are big MLB fans.

T-Mobile is one of MLB's main sponsors, and has been for a few years now. T-Mobile does much more with the MLB other than offering the premium version of MLB At Bat. During All-Star Week in July, T-Mobile will offer up quite a few different events going on in Washington DC. T-Mobile's John Legere has stated that MLB is a big deal for T-Mobile customers, stating that its customers streamed over 1.3 million hours of MLB games through the MLB At Bat app last year alone. And that number will likely increase for 2018.

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