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T-Mobile Adds 14 New Services to Binge On

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Despite the backlash it's receiving with Binge On, T-Mobile today announced the addition of 14 new services to the program. Answering the strong demand of its users, T-Mobile has decided to bring in several new services; making the new total to 38.

The new unlimited services that have just been added today include A&E, Curiosity Stream, Fandor, FuboTV, FYI, HISTORY, Kidoodle TV, Lifetime, Lifetime Movie Club, Newsy, ODK Media, PlayStation Vue, Tennis Channel Everywhere, and many more. These services have joined those on the current line-up: HBO, Hulu, Netflix, and many more.

T-Mobile is not stopping here. They still have many more planned for their Binge On program in the coming months. Apart from announcing the 14 new services they have included on their program, the Un-carrier also shared new data on how their customers are enjoying Binge On.

Despite only being launched last November, T-Mo has found that their customers habit of viewing video on their device has increased by 12%. As a matter of fact, just one of these streaming services has encountered a daily viewer spike of 66% among users not on unlimited plans. 23% of these customers have also been found to be watching content longer on average. Based on this information, T-Mobile believes that creating Binge On has been one of the most popular Un-carrier moves they have ever made.

Because of how customers are enjoying Binge On, T-Mobile shares that it is the reason why different video providers are currently lining up to be included in the program. The company is currently working with over 50 new streaming services who have shown interest to be part of the popular video streaming program.

With the way customers are embracing Binge On, the Un-carrier believes that this program is one of the best moves they have created and will surely change US wireless for good, along with their other Un-carrier moves such as Simple Choice, JUMP! On Demand, Simple Global, Carrier Freedom,  Music Freedom, Wi-Fi Unleashed, Data Stash, and Business Unleashed.

Source: T-Mobile Newsroom

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  1. Great news. Mobile video is growing fast and T-Mobile removes the cost barrier for its customers. Great business move - this will keep Tmo growing in 2016.

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  2. this is great. We love you tmobile. keep up the good work.

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  3. I'm very happy and I haven't noticed any ill-effects from the increased usage.

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  4. This Binge On is bringing the last straw for the company! So far so good, I mean, the Uncarrier approach to the market. I think the Binge On appears to be chewing off more than the company can really eat! My two cents....!

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    1. The last straw? A bit hyperbolic, you think? T-Mobile has survived throttling controversy before, and it's easy to see that its customer growth and profitability are robust enough that one can't imagine the "Binge On" controversy ("Whinge On"?) putting the company on the ropes!

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  5. Three out of the top five stories are T-Mobile related. Very exciting times indeed!

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  6. Still no Youtube?

    Blasphemy.

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    1. blame google. Google does not want their vidoe optimized

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    2. Why would I blame Google?

      I don't want videos throttled to 1mbps either.

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