T-Mobile customers were able to enjoy their share of free pizza, Wendy's Frosty, and a movie. But if you think that's all that was given away today, the Un-Carrier threw in something extra.
Earlier, T-Mobile announced that they have added new services to their famous Binge On service. With today's announcement, T-Mobile has expanded their services to include Eyegroove, YouTube Gaming, Dailymotion Games, Azubu, PBS, and PBS Kids.
These new additions now make up Binge On's list of almost 90 streaming providers that can be accessed by each user for free. This is now the sixth time T-Mobile expanded its streaming list in less than a year ever since it was launched. The services added today focuses more on gaming to pique the interest of those who enjoy these services. There were some user-generated content and broadcast services added on the line-up too.
As of this writing, Binge On subscribers have streamed over 500 million hours of video; a number that has increased from 377 million hours which was last reported mid-May of this year. This goes to show just how much T-Mobile subscribers are enjoying streaming their favorite content without worrying about running out of high-speed data.