T-Mobile today announced new services being added to its Binge On program, which allows its wireless subscribers to stream video content from certain apps without dipping into their mobile data caps.
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Some of the notable new services being added today include NBC, Qello Concerts, Radio Disney, and Univision. And several music services that already offer data-free music streaming through T-Mobile’s Music Freedom program are today launching support for video through Binge On. That means videos on Google Play Music, Spotify, Tidal and others will now be available to stream data-free through Binge On.
T-Mobile says its subscribers have now streamed “more than 377 million hours of video” through Binge On.
Binge On is a success, and our customers absolutely love it!” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “In the six months since we launched Binge On, the number of video providers streaming free without using your data has grown more than 240%. We’ve got something for everyone, and customers never have to worry about getting slammed with ridiculous overage penalties. I hope Dumb and Dumber just keep pushing their mobile video schemes, it just gives consumers more and more reason to come to T-Mobile!”
Here’s the list of services adding support today, courtesy of T-Mob:
- Google Play Music
- Great Big Story
- Ligonier Ministries
- Qello Concerts
- Radio Disney
- Univision Noticias
- Toon Goggles
You can check out the full list of services that support the feature on T-Mobile’s website, which now totals more than 80 apps following today’s additions.