T-Mobile Unveils 12-month Free Apple TV+ Offer

T-Mobile (TMUS) said its customers can now enjoy Apple TV+ for a full year, and watch right in the Apple TV app across all their devices. After this free trial, the service will be charged at $4.99/month.

T-Mobile said, starting August 25, all customers on Magenta or Magenta MAX - Magenta 55+, Magenta Military, Magenta First Responders and Sprint Unlimited Plus, Sprint Premium and small T-Mobile for Business customers can redeem the 12-month free Apple TV+ offer. The offer will be also available to customers with an active subscription or trial.

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