T-Mobile's Binge On service is on a roll right now. The video streaming feature has recently added 16 new video content providers, which means that as of latest count, the service now has over a hundred partners delivering zero rated video content to subscribers of the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States.
When T-Mobile first launched its Binge On feature back in November of last year, the service only had about 25 video content partners. Fast forwarding eight months, Binge On has now managed to expand its roster of video content providers to more than four fold. Here’s the full list of new Binge On partners:
Big Ten Network
NAT GEO TV
Meanwhile, T-Mobile has released the results of its financials for the second quarter of this year, and the wireless carrier was able to add 646,000 net new postpaid phone customers, while posting a churn rate of 1.27 percent (a record low for T-Mobile). T-Mobile may have to thank its newest Uncarrier feature, the T-Mobile Tuesdays program, for its impressive postpaid customer gains and customer turnover rate. Apart from fostering loyalty among existing subscribers of T-Mobile, the T-Mobile Tuesdays program has apparently also done well in attracting new sign ups to the wireless carrier’s fold. And this is remarkable considering the level of competition right now. AT&T, second only to industry leader Verizon Wireless among the Big Four mobile operators in the US, also has its own rewards program called AT&T Thanks. But based on these wireless carriers’ respective latest quarterly financials, T-Mobile appears to have come out on top -- AT&T has lost 180,000 postpaid customers, while the Big Red has added only 86,000 phone customers.
T-Mobile registered a total of 1.9 million total net customer additions. Part of that number is total postpaid customers of 890,000 (646,000 of which are postpaid phone customers). Heading into the second half of the year, T-Mobile is clearly confident -- it has increased its 2016 forecast for post new new customers to somewhere between 3.4 million and 3.8 million, up from the previous prediction of 3.2 million to 3.6 million.
During the second quarter of 2016, T-Mobile also recorded a profit of $225 million ($0.25 a share), on revenue of $9.22 billion. To browse deals from T-Mobile, feel free to explore plans and phones from T-Mobile at Wirefly now.
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