As part of a promotional perk, T-Mobile Customers are to Receive a Free Year of Apple TV Plus. Both new and existing customers on T-Mobile Magenta and Magenta Max plans are going to receive a free year of Apple TV Plus as announced by the company. The free year of Apple TV plus is considered to be a new promotional perk. The Awards as announced by the company are rolling out on the 25th of August 2021.
This sweet deal applies to any of T-Mobile’s post-paid customers that it classifies as part of the eligible plans. Below are some of the eligible plans.
- Magenta 55 Plus
- Magenta Military
- Sprint Unlimited Plus
- Magenta First responders
- Sprint Premium
- And T-Mobile Business plans.
Take note, this deal is not just for existing customers. New customers will also be given a year free of Apple’s TV Plus subscription.
T-Mobile Customers to Receive a Free Year of Apple TV Plus
With the introduction of this deal sweetener, T-Mobile is likely to get a lot of new subscribers. Customers under the T-Mobile Magenta Max, T-Mobile Magenta, and T-Mobile for Business can easily find this amazing offer listed under their rate plan details on T-Mobile’s official website or app.
Customers under T-Mobile’s Sprint umbrella on the other hand will have to go to T-Mobiles promotional site and apply the coupon code “2021APPLETVP1” in order to get the offer. T-Mobile’s regular customers can also do the same if they wish.
Would I Still be Eligible if I Already have an Apple TV Plus Subscription?
T-Mobile has mentioned that the free one-year offer will seemingly apply even if you’ve previously had an Apple TV Plus subscription. Note that this offer is also likely to apply if you have a free trial to Apple TV Plus before. What this means is that customers can stack the deal with other free trials (for instance, the three months of free service that comes with the purchase of a new Apple device).
As amazing as this offer sound, the unfortunate events that brought about this cannot be overlooked. This freebie comes as T-Mobile is dealing with its recent massive breach that supposedly exposed data for millions of its customers. Some of these details include first and last names, date of birth, driver’s license, SSN, and so on.