Recent rumors have suggested that T-Mobile might give its customers free Quibi next month, and while we're still waiting to see if that'll come true, T-Mo is handing out free access to a different video streaming service.
YouTube Premium will be available free to T-Mobile customers starting tomorrow, March 24th. T-Mo customers will get two months of YouTube Premium free, letting them watch YouTube without ads as well as stream videos in the background, save videos for offline viewing, and stream ad-free music with YouTube Music Premium.
You must save this offer by April 21st and redeem it by May 1st to take advantage. If you're a current YouTube Premium customer, you must first cancel service to get this deal. Once the two months are up, you'll be charged $11.99 per month for YouTube Premium unless you cancel service.
YouTube is the biggest video streaming service in the world, and many people are going to be using it even more now due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now T-Mobile customers will be able to enjoy YouTube without ad interruptions as well as stream music ad-free for two months, which will hopefully help to make the quarantining that many of us are going through a bit easier.
T-Mobile customers also get a free 4-week online course from Shaw Academy tomorrow as well as $0.10 off per gallon of gas from Shell.