Apple Music Streaming Videos Added to T-Mobile Binge On Unlimited Data



T-Mobile CEO John Legere on Tuesday announced yet another expansion of the Un-carrier’s Binge On video steaming service, boosting the program’s partner list to more than four times its original size.

New services joining the Un-carrier program include ABC, Fox Now, Apple Music and a whole host of others, including some more specialist providers like the sign language channel DPAN.TV. In total there are now more than 100 different entertainment services available, a four-fold increase from its launch eight months ago.

The full list of new providers joining Binge On today include:

ABC
Apple Music
Big Ten Network
CEEK VR
Disney Jr.
Disney XD
D-PAN.TV
DISH Anywhere
Disney Channel
DramaFever
Shalom World
Sioeye
Tubi TV
FOX NOW
FXNOW
NAT GEO TV

T-Mobile also offered a fresh set of Binge On-related data, announcing that its customers have streamed more than 765 million hours of video under the program.

With this latest expansion, Binge On now includes more than 100 video providers. One major video provider that’s still missing, though, is Facebook. A recent report claimed that T-Mobile and Facebook were working to make the social network’s videos stream free with Binge On, but there’s no word on when exactly that’ll happen.
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With Binge On, T-Mobile customers who are on its Simple Choice plan can stream unlimited 480p videos without the data usage being counted against their monthly data allowance. Binge On already supports popular video streaming services like YouTube, Hulu, and HBO Now.
source: t-mobile