T-Mobile Adds PBS, Four Other Video Services to ‘Binge On’ Streaming Program

T-Mobile Adds PBS, Four Other Video Services to ‘Binge On’ Streaming Program

T-Mobile continues to expand the number of streaming video services offered by its free “Binge On” video streaming program, as it has announced five new video services have been added. The new services are PBS, PBS Kids, Azubu, Dailymotion Games, and Eyegroove.


Binge On allows T-Mobile Simple Choice customers in the United States to stream an unlimited amount of 480p video from nearly 90 video services without the data counting toward their monthly data allotments. Supported video services include HBO NOW, Hulu, Netflix, YouTube, and more.

“Why limit yourself when you can binge on and on and on?” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “Whatever you and your family watch – from Jon Snow to Elmo – Binge On has everyone covered. With the sixth expansion of Binge On in just seven months, T-Mobile customers have more to choose from than ever. So go ahead, binge on entire seasons of Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead and never worry about using up your high-speed data.”

This is the second addition of video services in under a month, as the carrier added 13 additional video services in mid-May, including NBC, Univision, and more.

With today’s additions, Binge On now covers a broad array of online video categories including Anime, Broadcast Networks, Gaming, Human Interest/News, Kids & Cartoons, Music & Concerts, Premium Content, Religion, Spanish Language, Sports and User Generated Content.

A full list of the nearly 90 video services supported by the Binge On program can be viewed at the T-Mobile website.

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