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This is exciting news worth sharing! Back in the day before Sprint merged with T-Mobile they used to offer Hulu and now they are doing so again! Starting on January 24, T-Mobile will add Hulu to its streaming suite, free for customers on a Go5G Next plan.
It joins that plan’s existing Netflix and Apple TV+ offerings, as well as free season passes to MLB.TV.
If you sign up for all four services, that’s a savings of almost $400 a year!
“With Hulu on Us — $95.88 annual value for the Hulu (With Ads) monthly plan option — T-Mobile customers on Go5G Next can access thousands of hit TV shows, movies and more like “Abbott Elementary,” “The Bear,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and “Only Murders in the Building,” all from the Hulu streaming library.” - T-Mobile (YOU CAN READ MORE ABOUT THIS NEWS HERE)
Visit t-mobile.com/benefits starting January 24 for details on how to redeem Hulu on Us and to learn more about all of what T-Mobile has to offer.
How it will work?
On January 24th go into your Tmobile account and click on “Account Tab”. Then find “Manage data and add-ons”.
Then you should see an option to enable Hulu.
After you do that you will be prompted to create an account and then enjoy! We already have access due to existing eligibility.
NOTE: This is for new and existing customers on the “Go5G Next plan.” We are on a grandfathered plan that is years old so that is why we have it currently.
Fine print you want to read.
We are not sponsored by T-Mobile and we are just sharing this deal with you all. However, T-Mobile is sneaky and we found this in the fine print.
“Hulu: Offer includes Hulu (With Ads). After 12 months, consumer action is required to continue complimentary subscription. If no action is taken, subscription auto-renews at $7.99/month or then-current regular monthly price. Hulu is available in the U.S. only. Additional terms apply. Yearly “
KEYWORD IS “CONSUMER ACTION IS REQUIRED” to continue this subscription. So after a year it will automatically renew for $7.99/month. So basically its just a year subscription for free unless I misunderstanding something.