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Jul 28, 2016 07:48 AM EDT

Apple Music Streaming: T-Mobile Lets You Stream as Much Videos as You Want, for Free


T-Mobile subscribers can now be happy as they can stream all their favorite songs and videos on Apple Music without giving away the mobile data.

T-Mobile carrier just announced that customers are able to use data-free for Apple Music streaming. After introducing new feature Binge On last fall, T-Mobile has also added more big names for its 'Uncarrier' movement.

Apple Music streaming with Binge On

Previously, T-Mobile released Binge On, a feature for subscribers to view video content from selected network services. As an expansion, Binge On will also include video contents from Apple Music for free without tapping to the mobile data.

For the record, Apple Music streaming offers massive catalog including music video from well-known artists like Taylor Swift and Dr. Dre. Swift's 1989 World Tour film is available exclusively for Apple Music whilst Dr. Dre stars Apple Music's first ever original series, the Vital Signs. T-Mobile carrier has also launched Binge On with some big names including HBO, Netflix and Hulu.

And Apple Music streaming comes along with the other lineups including ABC, Disney Channel, Fox Now, Nat Geo TV, and DramaFever.


T-Mobile 'Uncarrier' campaign allows data-free Apple music streaming and many others

Binge On is the art of letting customers stream video and music contents without using mobile data. This has allowed the carrier to scoop more than 750 million hours of data-free contents - which leads to frequent viewing, longer watch times and more subscription sales, Tech Crunch wrote.

On the business point-of-view, T-Mobile Binge On is said to make customers switch side from Verizon or AT&T. Speaking to Variety, CEO John Legere claimed that it's all about listening to customers and what they want. He added that Binge On popularity is making competitors nervous and yet it's amazing for the providers and consumers .

Regardless the sole purpose of this Uncarrier campaign, we should expect more enjoyable times watching videos and singing those hit songs.

Have you used Binge On in your smartphone?

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