T-Mobile Binge On Offered 34 Petabytes of Free Data Since Launch; Adds Amazon Video, Fox News

T-Mobile Binge On Offered 34 Petabytes of Free Data Since Launch; Adds Amazon Video, Fox News Image Credit: T-Mobile

T-Mobile announced that it has added Amazon Video, Fox News and Univision NOW to its long list (more than 40) of streaming video service on Binge On. Launched two months back as part of the operators' 10th Un-carrier program, Binge On is offered on an opt-out basis for users with 3GB data plans or higher. Subscribers are given access to some of most popular video streaming services including Netflix, HBO Now, Hulu, SHOWTIME, Sling TV, STARZ and WatchESPN.

T-Mobile also released new data that claims that its customers have enjoyed 34 petabytes of free video streaming on Binge On. The third largest mobile operator in the US, said that customers on Binge On streaming are watching more than twice as many hours per day of video on mobile than before. 

John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile
Binge On is our most disruptive Un-carrier move yet. It has literally changed the way millions of people are watching video – they’re watching more, more than twice as much as before, and most importantly, they’re watching without worrying about bigger bills or surprise overages!

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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