T-Mobile adds PBS, Azubu and Dailymotion Games to its Binge On service


T-Mobile is adding to the list of supported programs on its Binge On service. This allows them to be used without conserving data.

The latest additions to Binge On are PBS, Azubu and Dailymotion Games. This brings the total number of supported programs up to almost 90. The only downside subscribers will have to put up with is the reduction is video quality. This is done to ensure T-Mobile customers can stream unlimited video free of charges to their data quota. This works similarly to Google Photos, where Google limits the image size you can back up to ‘high-quality.’

Binge On has helped T-Mobile capture millions of new subscribers in recent months. T-Mobile reported that its customers streamed more than 500 million hours of video. This is a crazy high amount, and we can’t wait to see if other carriers begin to offer similar programs in the future. When/if T-Mobile expands the list to more providers, you’ll be the first to know. Feel free to drop a comment expressing your thoughts on T-Mobile’s Binge On service in the section below this article.

SOURCE [T-Mobile]

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