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T-Mobile and Sprint customers get a free year of Paramount Plus streaming

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:

At T-Mobile, EVERYONE means EVERYONE. And now, every one of our postpaid consumers can get a mountain of awesome entertainment with Paramount+ Essential on Us for a full year. That's true whether you have a consumer or a home internet plan and whether you have a new Magenta MAX plan or are on a plan from 10 years ago. With Paramount+, in addition to all our other streaming benefits, customers can truly watch virtually anywhere, anytime, on any smartphone and all at no extra cost with T-Mobile.

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 eligible. Still, for the majority of people using one of the best cell phone plans on T-Mobile, it's a great deal.

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

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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.



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