T-Mobile Intros Music Freedom
T-Mobile today announced Music Freedom, a new service that allows customers to stream an unlimited amount of music across its network from most of the major providers. Customers on T-Mobile's Simple Choice plans will be able to stream music without it counting against their data plans. The offer includes Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Rhapsody, Slacker, Milk, iTunes Radio, and BeatPort. Customers who hit their data limit for the month will still be able to stream music thanks to Music Freedom. It is available starting June 19.
T-Mobile Adds 11 More Music Services to Music Freedom
T-Mobile today added 11 new music streaming services to its Music Freedom program. The new services include Aud.io, Dash Radio, DatPiff, Jango, KCRW Music, Noon Pacific, Radio Danz, SomaFM Ambient, Spinrilla, StreamOn, and TuneIn Premium, which push the total number of supported services to 44.
Virgin Mobile Offering Unlimited Cellular Music Streaming
Virgin Mobile USA today announced Data Free Music, a program that lets customers stream an unlimited amount of music over the cellular network with no impact on their data plan. The idea is similar to one from T-Mobile.
Free Music Streaming Comes to Boost Mobile
Boost Mobile today said customers can now stream music from several different services over its cellular network without impacting their monthly data allotment. Unlimited music streaming is available through Pandora, iHeartRadio, 8tracks, Slacker, and Samsung Milk Music.
T-Mobile Gives MetroPCS Unlimited Music Streaming, Too
MetroPCS today announced a handful of new features that mirror services offered by its parent company, T-Mobile. First, MetroPCS customers now have access to Music Unlimited, which, like T-Mobile's Music Freedom, lets customers stream unlimited music over LTE without impacting their monthly data allotment.
T-Mobile's Binge On and Music Freedom Gain More Services
T-Mobile today expanded the number of providers available to its Binge On and Music Freedom programs. Consumers who enjoy content from Dailymotion, EPIX, OVGuide, OWNZONES, Viki, YipTV, 120 Sports, Nickelodeon, Spike, and TV Land will be able to watch as much as they want on their phone without impacting their monthly data allowance.
What about Google?
Love the idea!
Why is it though that all the good stuff comes from the carrier with the smallest footprint? I really wish they were in my area. They come out with some great ideas and then the other three lemmings of carriers follow suit m ...
I suggested this years ago