T-Mobile will provide free MLB.TV subscriptions to customers through 2028
T-Mobile today announced that it has extended its partnership with Major League Baseball to allow its customers to continue receiving free MLB.TV subscriptions through 2028. An MLB.TV subscription typically costs $150 per year. The extended partnership comes as T-Mobile offered
MLB.TV as a free benefit for its customers for the past eight years. MLB.TV lets you stream live or on-demand out-of-market home and away games. The service also allows subscribers to access pre-game and post-game broadcasts. T-Mobile notes that for the first time, MLB.TV now also offers fans access to games from their favorite team’s affiliates in the MLB app. Fans can watch games on their favorite supported devices and take advantage of live game DVR controls to pause and rewind the action in HD.
“T-Mobile and MLB are embarking on a six-year journey to deliver groundbreaking fan experiences, and it’s all thanks to our industry-leading 5G network,” T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert said in a statement. Press. “We’re improving the game on and off the field to give fans across the country even more ways to enjoy the game we all love, plus show our customers they love MLB.TV for free.”
It should be noted that the deadline for this year’s free registration period for MLB.TV has already passed, unfortunately, as the last day to register was April 4th. T-Mobile notes that more customers used their free MLB.TV subscription this year. than ever before.
T-Mobile also announced that it will work with MLB to test an automated ball-striking system (ABS) powered by the company’s private 5G network at select Minor League games. The carrier says real-time ABS data and video will be transmitted securely to help prevent signal interference through devices and the ABS app.
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