Here's how to get a free year of Apple TV+ for Magenta, Magenta MAX, T-Mobile for Business, Sprint Unlimited Plus & Premium customers
Starting August 25, T-Mobile customers will receive a full year of Apple TV+ for free. This deal is available to all new and existing T-Mobile Magenta and Magenta MAX customers, as well as Sprint Unlimited Plus and Sprint Premium customers.
For the uninitiated, Apple TV+ is one of the cheapest premium, ad-free streaming services around with support for 4K HDR and mobile downloads.
Sure, it had a slow start. But fast forward to now and you get over 50 big-budget exclusive shows and movies with multiple top stars. Some award-winning, noteworthy mentions are Ted Lasso, The Morning Show, and See.
You will also never run out of stuff to watch as new Apple Originals roll out every month, all ad-free, and Apple TV+ can be shared among up to six family members.
How to get a free year of Apple TV+ for T-Mobile & others
All new and existing customers on Magenta or Magenta MAX — Magenta 55+, Magenta Military, and Magenta First Responders can redeem the 12-month free Apple TV+ offer starting Wednesday, August 25.
Sprint subscribers aren’t left out either as the offer is also valid for Sprint Unlimited Plus, Sprint Premium, and small T-Mobile for Business customers.
Customers on Magenta, Magenta MAX, and small T-Mobile for Business customers can redeem the deal under their rate plan information by logging into the T-Mobile app or my.t-mobile.com.
Customers with Sprint Unlimited Plus and Premium can redeem the offer by going to promotions.t-mobile.com, logging in, and then entering the promo code 2021APPLETVP1. Customers of Magenta can use this as well.
And if you already have started or completed a subscription or trial, then you can still avail 12 months of Apple TV+ from T-Mobile whilst keeping all your past history and purchases saved using Apple ID.
Once all is done, you will be able to access your free year of Apple TV+ through the Apple TV app that is available across a multitude of platforms including iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, popular smart TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony, VIZIO, TCL, Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices, Chromecast with Google TV, PlayStation, and Xbox.
Featured image source: Apple TV+ website
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