T-Mobile Tuesdays offering 3 months of Google’s Stadia Pro free

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Last week we learned that T-Mobile would be giving out deals like a free Redbox rental and a Reebok discount this Tuesday. Now T-Mo has added another T-Mobile Tuesdays deal that you can score today.

T-Mobile customers can now get 3 months of Google’s Stadia Pro gaming service for free. New Google Stadia users can load up the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on their Android or iOS device to claim their free 3-month subscription.

Stadia is Google’s new service that lets you play video games by streaming them to your compatible phone, to a desktop or laptop running the Chrome browser, or to your TV using a Chromecast Ultra. This means that you don’t need a dedicated console or gaming PC to play. Depending on which device you’re playing on, you can use either a dedicated Stadia controller, a keyboard and mouse combo, or Xbox/PS4/Switch Pro controller.

There are lots of major games available for purchase in Google Stadia, like Doom Eternal, Rage 2, NBA 2K20, The Division 2, and Mortal Kombat 11. Stadia Pro subscribers get access to several different games for free, including titles like Destiny 2, PUBG, and Steamworld Dig 2.

Other benefits of a Stadia Pro include the ability to play games at up to 4K resolution and support for both HDR and 5.1 surround sound when youre playing on a TV.

Stadia Pro is normally priced at $9.99 per month.

Google is currently offering a free 2-month Stadia Pro subscription to users, so T-Mobile customers are getting an extra free month on top of that. If you’ve got an interest in gaming and want to take Google Stadia for a spin, launch the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on your phone and claim your offer!

Source: T-Mobile Tuesdays

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  • steveb944

    This is the best deal to start off June.

    • Would much rather have 3 months of Xbox Game Pass because of the much larger selection and better platform, but hey to each their own.

      • Xbox game pass would have been way better. Stadia is a waste of bandwidth.

  • TenEightyPeePee

    I am not seeing it

  • Conrad

    Typical T-Mobile Tuesday’s BS. Not available to all subscribers. Only the primary subscriber. The other 9 lines on my account are SOL.

  • JG

    If Spitlings is still available as a free Pro title I highly recommend it… Just started playing it last night & it’s pretty good & challenging.

  • Some Guy

    It’s not available in Hawaii? WTF? It’s not like they’re shipping something here…

    • JG

      It’s a Google limitation, not T-Mo.

      Google doesn’t have a data center on the island. They would have to ship the game data in, via under sea cables, which would add too much latency or whatever and not give you an optimal gaming experience.

  • pbolton70

    Be a better deal if they offered the Stadia controller and 3 months free.

    • g2a5b0e

      Be an even better deal if they gave you a million dollars, too.

      • pbolton70

        Well at least my comment was realistic yours had no value. Of course it be nice if someone gave us a million dollars

        • g2a5b0e

          I’m sorry a simple joke offended you so much. You must be great at parties.

  • UniBroW

    I can’t imagine spending real hard earned dollars on something that is so subpar that will go the way of Google’s many messaging apps. How can a company that can’t even get something as basic, messaging, that’s been figured out for over a decade get game streaming right? You couldn’t even pay me to sign up for this dumpster fire that is Google Stadia.

    • No need to limit this to just messaging apps ー Google Wallet, Google Play Music (soon), YouTube Premium (shows are more or less dead), Google+, Google Wave, Google Reader, Google Glass, and the list goes on.

      Stadia will likely be abandoned within 3 yrs.