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T-Mobile brings back streaming baseball perk, teases “Un-Carrier” event

T-Mobile is offering post-paid customers access to Major League Baseball’s (MLB) streaming television service MLB.TV as part of their subscription.

The perk marks the ninth-consecutive year that T-Mobile has offered its subscribers access to MLB.TV for free. Without a T-Mobile subscription, MLB.TV costs $130 per season.

The service includes live MLB games along with on-demand clips, highlights, interviews and games.

T-Mobile customers can take advantage of the free subscription to MLB.TV through T-Mobile Tuesdays, the company’s loyalty program. Those who aren’t T-Mobile customers can earn a free subscription if they switch to T-Mobile by April 5.

In addition to the free MLB.TV subscription, T-Mobile executives on Tuesday teased another announcement coming in early April. The “Un-Carrier Next” event takes place on April 7.

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