What you need to know
- T-Mobile is giving its customers a year of Paramount Plus Essential free starting Tuesday, November 9, 2021.
- All T-Mobile and Sprint postpaid customers get this offer as well as Home Internet subscribers.
- New and current customers can get this deal as well as existing Paramount Plus subscribers.
T-Mobile has revealed in a press release that it's giving a year of Paramount Plus Essential to all of its postpaid customers. The deal opens up on November 9, 2021, and is available to all postpaid T-Mobile customers, including Sprint customers. T-Mobile Home Internet subscribers can also get in on the action. After the free year, the plan will automatically renew for the standard rate, which is currently $4.99 per month.
T-Mobile points out that its competitors often restrict deals like this to only their most expensive plans. President of Consumer Group at T-Mobile Jon Freier said:
Not every T-Mobile plan is included, however. Customers using prepaid carrier Metro by T-Mobile are not eligible. Business plans with more than 12 lines and data-only plans are also not qualified. Still, for the majority of people using one of the best cell phone plans on T-Mobile, it's a great deal.
If you are a Magenta or Magenta MAX plan subscriber, you also get Netflix for free as part of your standard plans. T-Mobile also offers a year of Apple TV+ for Magenta and Magenta MAX customers.
Paramount Plus is a streaming service with a large selection of content as well as live sports. NFL on CBS Live is included in addition to Champions League live soccer. The service also has a large selection of great Paramount Plus shows available for streaming.
If you're already subscribed to Paramount Plus, you're in luck. Existing Paramount Plus customers will receive a coupon code that can be applied to their accounts whether they signed up through T-Mobile or not.
Unlimited streaming on 5G
Paramount Plus at T-Moble
New and current customers can both sign up
T-Mobile's plans all include 5G with a compatible phone for buffer-free streaming with plenty of data and multi-line savings.
When Samuel is not writing about networking or 5G at Android Central, he spends most of his time researching computer components and obsessing over what CPU goes into the ultimate Windows 98 computer. It's the Pentium 3.
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