T-Mobile customers will get MLB.tv for free starting next month

As part of its T-Mobile Tuesdays perks, the wireless carrier has announced that it will give its subscribers a full season of access to MLB.tv for free. The new perk will go live next month, according to a tweet from T-Mobile. Baseball fans will get access to the streaming service for a regular full season, enabling them to watch games on their phones, set-top boxes, and more.

MLB.tv is a streaming service that offers access to Major League Baseball games. Ordinarily, the service costs $25/month in order to stream every MLB teams' out of market games live, as well as on-demand games after they're over. The service also offers a single-team plan for $94 USD that includes live and on-demand games for the chosen team.

T-Mobile has teamed up with MLB to offer an MLB.tv pass as a reward to the customers and the same trend will continue in 2020. In response to a question on Twitter, the T-Mobile Help account said that the carrier will offer this year's T-Mobile Tuesdays MLB.tv perk starting on March 24:

In order to participate in the T-Mobile Tuesdays program, customers must have the related mobile app and a qualifying plan, which includes things like Magenta Plus and Essentials. You'll need to sign up for one of these plans to get the perk, of course.

This is the second of T-Mobile's four-year deal with Major League Baseball, meaning subscribers can expect the same or similar perk next year, as well. If you're a T-Mobile customer, keep in mind that you will have a limited amount of time to redeem this deal once it becomes available on the T-Mobile Tuesdays app.