Last month, T-Mobile announced that it would be bringing back a deal for its customers, a free regular full-season subscription to MLB.TV. The offer was set to begin today, March 24, as part of T-Mobile Tuesdays.
Unfortunately, like most events, the MLB season will be delayed by at least two weeks, due to the coronavirus pandemic. MLB said the action “is being taken in the interests of the safety and well-being of our players, Clubs and our millions of loyal fans.”
However, T-Mobile telling customers and baseball fans to hold tight. The offer will still be available when the season begins. The company sent out an email to customers yesterday, saying:
At T-Mobile, we love baseball as much as you do. And the second it’s back, we’ll be on deck with free MLB.TV for T-Mobile customers starting Opening Day. We’ll be there to connect you to your team, from the first play to the last K, on America’s first and only nationwide 5G. See you on Opening Day.
An MLB.TV subscription is normally $121.99. T-Mobile users can expect an update when the season begins and can check in on the T-Mobile MLB deal website for updates.
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