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(EXPIRED) Reminder: Now is your last chance to get a free month of CBS All Access

Those who have been looking for more to stream over the next month have the opportunity to do so at this time.

ViacomCBS is offering a free month-long trial of its streaming service, CBS All Access. This streaming service offers users to watch current programs on CBS, classic shows from the network’s past, select classic kids cartoons, as well as live programs such as a live feed of CBS, CBSN and CBS Sports HQ.

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To get this free month of the service, simply create an account on CBS’s website or sign-in with your current CBS All Access account. When signing up or reactivating service on the account, type in the promo code “JUNEBINGE.”

Once that is done, you will be able to get a free month of the streaming service.

Note that users can sign up for either the ad-supported version ($5.99 a month) or ad-free tier ($9.99 a month).

In order to do this, you must sign up for the service before 11:59 p.m. in your local time tonight or else the promo code will be no good.

Do you plan on using this and watching some CBS All Access content? Let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

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