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Apple Music's Video Content Now Streams Free on T-Mobile

Tuesday July 26, 2016 5:40 am PDT by
T-Mobile has announced that Apple Music and fifteen other additional streaming video providers, including various ABC, Disney, and FOX apps, are now covered by the carrier's Binge On program. Binge On now supports over 100 video services in the United States after launching eight months ago. Binge On enables customers on a qualifying Simple Choice plan to stream unlimited 480p video from...

T-Mobile Expands 'Binge On' Free Video Streaming to PBS and More

Tuesday June 14, 2016 8:13 am PDT by
T-Mobile has announced that its free unlimited video streaming program Binge On now supports over five additional video services, including Azubu, Dailymotion Games, Eyegroove, PBS, PBS Kids, and more. Binge On now supports nearly 90 video services in the United States. Binge On enables customers on a qualifying Simple Choice plan to stream unlimited 480p video from dozens of partnered...

T-Mobile Expands 'Binge On' Free Video Streaming to NBC, Spotify, and More

Tuesday May 17, 2016 7:56 am PDT by
T-Mobile announced today that its free unlimited video streaming program Binge On now supports an additional 13 services, headlined by NBC and video content from existing Music Freedom partners Google Play Music, Radio Disney, Spotify, and TIDAL. The other additions include Great Big Story, Kiswe, Ligonier Ministries, NOGGIN, Qello Concerts, Univision, Univision Noticias, and Toon Goggles....

T-Mobile Adds 16 New Binge On and Music Freedom Partners

Tuesday April 5, 2016 6:49 am PDT by
T-Mobile announced today that its free unlimited music and video streaming programs Music Freedom and Binge On now support an additional sixteen services. Binge On is a free incentive that enables T-Mobile customers on a qualifying Simple Choice plan to stream unlimited 480p video from dozens of partnered services, including Netflix, HBO NOW, Hulu, and YouTube, without any of the data...

T-Mobile 'Binge On' Adds YouTube, Google Play Movies, and More

Thursday March 17, 2016 7:49 am PDT by
T-Mobile has announced that Binge On, its free video streaming feature, now supports YouTube, Google Play Movies, Discovery GO, Fox Business, Red Bull TV, and many other newly added video providers. The complete list of partners is available through T-Mobile's website. Binge On is a free program that allows T-Mobile customers on a qualifying Simple Choice plan to stream unlimited 480p video...

T-Mobile Adds Amazon Video, Fox News, Univision, and WWE Network as Binge On Partners

Thursday January 28, 2016 5:44 am PST by
T-Mobile today announced the support of four new partners to its free video streaming service Binge On, including Amazon Video, Fox News, Univision NOW, and WWE Network. The new streaming partners join more than 40 services already supporting Binge On, which lets customers watch video content without using data from their T-Mobile cellular plan. The company also released a few details about...

T-Mobile CEO Responds to 'Binge On’ Controversy, Announces 14 New Partners

Thursday January 7, 2016 7:32 am PST by
T-Mobile CEO John Legere today wrote a letter in response to recent criticisms of the company's new free video streaming service "Binge On," claiming that the program does not permanently slow down data and that claims of throttling are just "playing semantics." Legere also reiterated the fact that users can opt out of the service at any time, and that anyone with the ability to access Binge On...

Independent Test Confirms T-Mobile's Binge On Throttles All Video Content

Tuesday January 5, 2016 7:58 am PST by
A new test by the Electronic Frontier Foundation has found that T-Mobile's free video streaming program Binge On does in fact affect the streaming of all in-browser video content when the service is enabled. Although T-Mobile has stated Binge On works with just its 24 allied partners, some companies like YouTube have spoken out regarding the fact that the new program throttles all video and not...

T-Mobile Disputes YouTube's Throttling Accusations, Calls Binge On 'Mobile Optimized' or 'Downgraded'

Wednesday December 30, 2015 6:58 am PST by
Last week, YouTube criticized T-Mobile's recently introduced Binge On program for throttling all streaming video to 480p quality rather than just the video of participating services. T-Mobile has now responded to the accusations, telling DSLReports that "mobile optimized" or "downgraded" are better phrases to describe how Binge On works."Using the term 'throttle' is misleading," a...