T-Mobile announced on Tuesday that it is adding a number of new video streaming services to its Binge On program which offers T-Mobile users the ability to stream and view participating video services without it counting against their monthly data allotment.
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.
The full list of services adding support today includes:
- Google Play Music
- Great Big Story
- Ligonier Ministries
- Qello Concerts
- Radio Disney
- Univision Noticias
- Toon Goggles
- T-Mobile customers have streamed more than 377 million hours of video without using their high-speed data since the launch of Binge On and are watching up to 2x more from participating providers that stream free on limited data plan
- 92% of T-Mobile customers surveyed said they’ll watch more video with Binge On, and 93% said they like the idea of having all video optimized to DVD quality so they can watch 3x more using the same amount of high-speed dat
- A huge majority (89%) of US wireless customers say Binge On would be appealing to have as part of their wireless service
- And an even bigger majority (94%) say they’d try a new online service if it were a part of a free data offering, like Binge On
A full list of the over 80 services supported by the carrier’s Binge On feature is available on the T-Mobile website.