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T-Mobile Adds YouTube to Binge On

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Mar 17, 2016, 8:56 AM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Mar 17, 2016, 9:35 AM

T-Mobile today added several new video content partners to its Binge On service, including YouTube. T-Mobile customers can now stream an unlimited amount of YouTube content to their smartphone over T-Mobile's cellular network without impacting their monthly data bucket. Other new video providers include Discovery Go, FOX Business, Baeble Music, Google Play Movies, ESNE, FilmOn.TV, KlowdTV, and Redbull TV. T-Mobile says it now has more than 50 partners in it Binge On program. Binge On lets T-Mobile customers stream video at 480p resolution from select partners for free. T-Mobile also said that video content providers can opt out of the Binge On program if they wish. "Going forward, any video service meeting traffic-identification requirements will be able to opt out, and T-Mobile will stop including them in the Binge On program and will no longer modify their video streams," explained CEO John Legere. Binge On has gotten the attention of the FCC, which is exploring whether or not the service violates its net neutrality protocols.

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Mar 17, 2016, 11:26 AM

This was it

Youtube was the last service I needed switched over to unlimited. Probably make the switch down to the 10GB plan soon. Really just to save money short term. Then back up to unlimited one day.
Yep! Will let you save money on it. However, I think ads will still eat your data. Better skip it all. 🙂
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