T-Mobile has recently launched a new promotional deal for both current and new subscribers, and this one should sound appealing to binge watchers out there. In its new limited time only special offer, the third biggest wireless in the United States is offering Samsung’s Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge, together with a whole year’s subscription to Netflix, absolutely free of charge.
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.
Here we go again. T-Mobile’s Binge On feature has once again found itself the target of a particular group criticizing its service. According to a team of researchers from the Northeastern University from Boston, Massachusetts, not only does the Binge On service break net neutrality rules set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), it also apparently delivers video content of inferior quality compared to what T-Mobile has promised. Moreover, the researchers state that Binge On at times charges mobile users for viewing video content from providers who are part of the program in spite of terms and conditions of the service.
Looks like it, at least according to a report released by Recode. The third biggest wireless carrier in America is reportedly in the midst of discussions with Facebook in order to bring the social media giant’s video services (including FB’s live video feature) to T-Mobile’s Binge On. For subscribers of T-Mobile, this could mean that soon, they will able to view any video posted to Facebook without having any effect on their monthly data allowance.
T-Mobile adds yet another set of new partners to its Binge On service. Indeed, the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has announced that it is adding video content from PBS and PBS Kids, as well as a number of other providers, including Azubu, Dailymotion Games, and Eyegroove, and also online gaming streams that feature League of Legends and Hearthstone, just to name a few.
Tech companies in favor of net neutrality rules are asking the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to make its position known to the public with regards to zero rating services that are potentially in violation of said rules. More than 50 firms, including familiar names such as Pinterest, Kickstarter, Foursquare and Yelp, have sent a letter to the FCC, effectively requesting the agency to be more open about its review of wireless streaming freebies currently being offered by a number of providers.
T-Mobile has just revealed that it is adding more than a dozen new streaming video and audio services to its Binge On feature, which lets its subscribers consume all the video content they want without worrying about their data allotments getting affected in the process. A few of the newly added services include Spotify, Google Play Music, NBC, Univision, Radio Disney, and Tidal, just to name a few.
John Legere, the always effervescent chief executive officer of major US wireless carrier T-Mobile, took the opportunity to reveal the latest additions to the company’s Binge On and Music Freedom services. Via a video posted on YouTube just recently, Legere announced that the Binge On feature now has Nickelodeon, Dailymotion, EPIX, Spike, TV Land, and five other video content providers. As for the Music Freedom service, it now supports Amazon Prime Music, ESPN Radio, and four other music streaming providers.
On a video that T-Mobile recently posted on Twitter, John Legere, the outspoken chief executive officer of the wireless carrier, took digs at two of the biggest players in the wireless industry, Verizon Wireless and AT&T. According to Legere, Verizon and AT&T deliver Netflix video content at 360p, while T-Mobile does the same at 480p. Not surprisingly, Verizon Wireless and AT&T have spoken out about the issue, and both have flatly denied that they offer lower resolution Netflix video content compared to T-Mobile’s.
Chalk this up as another victory for T-Mobile. The third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has announced that its Binge On feature has now added YouTube, as well as eight other video content providers that include Discover Go, Fox Business, Google Play Movies, Baeble Music, ESNE TV, FilmOn.TV, KlowdTV, and Red Bull TV. The total number of video content provider partners for T-Mobile’s Binge On service is now at 52.
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