T-Mobile updates Binge On to include more streaming providers

T-Mobile has just announced the sixth update to its Binge On program, and now has more than 90 streaming providers on its streaming service.

New streaming providers include Azubu, Dailymotion Games, Eyegroove, PBS, PBS Kids and gaming streams like League of Legends and Hearthstone. In addition, video providers include a broader range of video categories: Anime, Broadcast Networks, Gaming, Human Interest/News, Kids & Cartoons, Music & Concerts, Premium Content, Religion, Spanish Language, Sports and User Generated Content.

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Features of Un-carrier Data

  • With Un-carrier Data, you can stream without fear. With Binge On and Music Freedom, you can chill to your favorite tunes and shows, without stressing about burning through your high-speed data.
  • Un-carrier Data gets stashed. Unlike carrier data, your unused high-speed Un-carrier data won’t suddenly vanish after a month or two, up to 20 GB gets stashed for use for up to a year.
  • Un-carrier Data knows no borders. Whether you’re in the US or traveling abroad, T-Mobile’s got your back, allowing you to access your Un-carrier Data in over 140 countries and destinations without fear of penalties or access fees.
  • Un-carrier Data is blazing-fast and in more places than ever.  T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network is the fastest in the US for more than two years, as tested by millions of users in crowd-sourced, real-time tests. And just last year, we added more than 1 million square miles of coverage, so T-Mobile’s LTE coverage now reaches nearly every single American – 309 million people.

T-Mobile customers have binged more than 500 million hours of video on twice the amount of participating providers. Additionally, if you have a favorite video provider that isn’t part of Binge On, you can tweet @TMobile and use the hashtag #BingeOn and mention your favorite service.

So far, T-Mobile is unique in that it is the only carrier that provides binging services. While AT&T has created a program to “thank” its customers, it doesn’t allow you to stream unlimited video and data.