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MLB At Bat Premium Features Free to T-Mobile Customers

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As hardcore baseball fans who are also on T-Mobile should know by now, much like last year, the carrier is offering a free subscription to the MLB At Bat application. For regular folks who are not on T-Mobile, the usual process is much more expensive. First, you can either pay for the app and its Premium features outright for $19.99 at the beginning of the season or you can sign up for a monthly subscription (which is new this year) for $2.99 a month.

On the downside, however, streaming games is not part of that package. Total ripoff, right? In order to stream games, you will need an MLB.TV subscription, which is about $24.99 a month to access games on all of your devices. Although, with a MLB.TV subscription, it comes with At Bat Premium bundled for your phone, so if you need your baseball fix on the daily, then a MLB.TV subscription is the way to go. 

For T-Mobile customers, they are lucky, and are getting MLB At Bat Premium for completely free from now until September 30. It’s a pretty solid deal for baseball fans who are not up for dropping $25 a month for streaming games.

T-Mobile has yet to confirm the actual details of the deal, but we will update this post when they do so.

Any T-Mobile customers here taking advantage of this promotion?

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Via: T-MobileTmoNews
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  • Tee

    I got it free from T – Mobile and I’m liking it so far. You can live stream the game of the day, which they choose, but you’re able to Chromecast it.

    The Brewers game is going on right now, and during the game I’m able to watch highlight videos right after the big plays happen even though I can’t watch the whole game.

    I also really like the notification choices they have. Much to chose from in that area.

    All in all not a bad app at all. Especially for free!

  • g2gsr

    I have nothing to say to MLB or their apps. You would think that $150 subscription would let you watch any games you want, but NOOOOO, blackout rules still apply. So if you’re a Braves fan you can’t watch any Braves games if you live in MS, AL, GA, SC, TN, half of NC, or half of FL. If you live in Iowa, you’re screwed!

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/59/MLB_Blackout_Areas.png

    • Daistaar

      That’s my problem as well. As a long time Braves fan that sucks but then again I live in NY so I get to see most games on TBS. Did enjoy the free game of the day yesterday (Braves V. Cardinals) even though it was about a minute behind the live feed.

  • LionStone

    I believe MLBTV subscribers get to cast the game too, fvckers

    • Tee

      You can cast the game of the day

  • Kenny Ortiz

    I redeemed the free subscription on my phone but you cannot use the subscription on other devices say a tablet. So stuck watching games on only my phone. :(

  • prometheus1010

    Just claimed it, works for prepaid TMo custumers as well apparently for those of us on the $30 plan.

  • antwonw

    Nope. Got MLB.tv subscription.

  • Charlie

    I’m a new T-Mobile customer and this is awesome. I just downloaded and redeemed the free subscription. Thanks for letting us know about it!

    • turdbogls

      does this include streaming of games?
      I’m so confused by their premium subscription stuff.

      currently using my dads account to stream the tigers games but if i can get my own account for nothing I would rather do that.

      • Daistaar

        No. It just gives you live scores and some audio feeds. The actually stream the games you need the MLB.tv subscription. That’s like 20 bucks a month. This should really be free anyway and the fact that they charge a monthly subscription to see stats and highlights is a bit crazy. I guess they gotta pay for A-Rod’s vacation some how.

        • turdbogls

          lol

      • Tee

        You only get to stream one game a day that they choose.

        However, you’re able to watch highlight videos from any game that’s going on right after the plays happen, so that’s at least something…

        I was looking at the videos from the Brewers game a minute ago and they have at least 20 highlight videos up there right now and the game isn’t even over yet.

  • TynanDeRosa

    I have, and sadly it doesn’t include previous games or games “out of market”