For a few years now, wireless carriers in the US have offered their patrons all manner of video and music freebies. Verizon( Engadget’s parent busines) has offered free subscriptions to Disney +, Apple Music and AMC + recently, while T-Mobile has long offered its purchasers free Netflix access. Today, T-Mobile is adding another freebie to its provides: Apple TV +. Starting on August 25 th, clients on the carrier’s Magenta or Magenta Max proposes( as well as some Sprint legacy schemes) will get one year of free Apple TV+ access.
If you’re previously paid under Apple TV +, you can still take advantage of this deal. It’ll only add a free year of access and delay billing until the trial is up. If you haven’t exploited Apple TV+ hitherto, it is naturally available on basically all current Apple hardware, but it’s too may be obtained on a reasonably large number of third-party set-top cartons, gaming consoles and TVs, as well.
This move comes as Apple itself has cut back on the duration of its Apple TV+ free ordeals. Ever since the service launched, Apple offered a year free to mostly anyone who bought new hardware from the company, and it provided that free point multiple times. But lately, people have noticed that Apple is finally charging them for the service, and the free trial period has been cut down to three months. That’s still relatively magnanimous, but all these changes indicate Apple is keen to start collecting money for Apple TV +. Unless, of course, you’re a T-Mobile subscriber, in which case it’s a excellent time to start your Ted Lasso binge.
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