Today T-Mobile’s weekly perks app “T-Mobile Tuesdays” is giving customers a 30 day trial to horror movie streaming service Shudder. Now customers on any of the Un-carriers mobile plans can stream scary horror, suspense, and thrillers for free just in time for Halloween.
To claim the offer, simply download the T-mobile Tuesdays app and sign in with your T-Mobile number where you can save the promotion to your account. You can redeem the trial anytime before November 3 at 4:59 am ET to start streaming your favorite horror and supernatural hits, and enjoy originals, movies, TV series, podcasts and live streaming events free for 30 days.
After the trial is up, the subscription automatically renews for $5.99 a month. You can cancel at any time to avoid being charged if you don’t want to continue.
Earlier this year, Shudder announced that it reached a landmark 1 million subscribers. The AMC Network horror and thiller streamer which launched in 2015 has seen positive engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic, boosting its subscriber count. It’s also seen a steady growth in viewership over the last year, with the premiere of its original series Creepshow as a launchpad last September. The streaming service has launched other original series this year, including Cursed Films, and original films including The Room, Z, The Beach House, and Host.
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Tmera studied journalism at Utah State University where her career began as Senior News Writer for the campus publication. After a few stops along the way, her love of writing and media led her to Cord Cutters News where she reports on breaking headlines, device updates, programming highlights, and more. Before joining the CCN team, Tmera worked in broadcast news, freelance writing, and radio.