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T-Mobile is providing clients a free year of Apple TV+

For a few years at this point, wireless carriers in the US have offered their clients all way of video and music freebies. Verizon (Engadget’s parent organization) has offered free subscriptions to Disney+, Apple Music and AMC+ as of late, while T-Mobile has long offered its clients free Netflix access. Today, T-Mobile is adding another freebie to its offerings: Apple TV+. Beginning on August 25th, clients on the carrier’s Magenta or Magenta Max plans (as well as some Sprint legacy plans) will get one year of free Apple TV+ access.

In case you’re as of now paying for Apple TV+, you can still take advantage of this deal. It’ll simply add a free year of access and pause billing until the preliminary is up. On the off chance that you haven’t used Apple TV+ at this point, it is normally accessible on fundamentally all current Apple hardware, but on the other hand it’s accessible on a really huge number of third-party set-top boxes, gaming consoles and TVs, too.

This move comes as Apple itself has scaled back the length of its Apple TV+ free preliminaries. Since the time the service launched, Apple offered a year free to essentially any individual who purchased new hardware from the organization, and it broadened that free period on different times. Yet, of late, individuals have seen that Apple is at long last charging them for the service, and the free time for testing has been cut down to three months. That is still very liberal, however this load of changes show Apple is quick to begin gathering cash for Apple TV+. Except if, obviously, you’re a T-Mobile subscriber, in which case it’s an ideal opportunity to begin your Ted Lasso binge.

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