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Everyone likes getting something good without paying. T-Mobile has a new incentive for its subscribers that gets them a free year of Apple TV+. If you’re struggling to find something to watch on your existing streaming services, this might be the perfect way to get a ton of content for free.

Apple TV+ Is Free for T-Mobile Magenta Subscribers

T-Mobile has made this offer available to both new and existing subscribers on Magenta and Magenta MAX plans, so even if you’ve been a T-Mobile customer for the last few years (and rode the wave of the company’s recent data breach), you can still get your year of Apple TV+ and all of the TV shows and movies that come with it.

Additionally, this offer stacks with existing extended Apple TV+ trials, such as those Apple included with new device purchases. If you’re currently paying for an Apple TV+ subscription, you can also take advantage of this freebie—it’ll just pause your current subscription for a year while you enjoy the free one.

How Do You Get The Free Apple TV+?

To redeem the offer, you’ll need to log in to the T-Mobile application or My.T-Mobile.com. From there, go to the Rate Plan Details section. Next, you’ll be greeted with a banner reading “one year of Apple TV+ on us.” Click on that to redeem the Apple TV+ trial if you are eligible. The offer officially launches on August 25, 2021, so you’ll have to wait until then to redeem it.

Here’s the complete list of T-Mobile plans eligible for the freebie:

  • Magenta, Magenta MAX
  • Magenta 55+
  • Magenta MAX 55+
  • Magenta First Responders
  • Magenta MAX First Responders
  • Magenta Military
  • Magenta MAX Military
  • Magenta Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  • Magenta Max Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  • Magenta Amplified
  • Business Unlimited Advanced
  • Business Unlimited Ultimate
  • Magenta for Business
  • Magenta MAX for Business

Make sure you’re aware that the subscription will automatically renew at the full $4.99 per month price after one year is up. If you decide you don’t want to keep the service going, make sure you remember to cancel so you don’t get charged.

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