More video content providers are putting on the magenta-tinted glasses to zero out data charges for T-Mobile customers.

The Un-carrier announced that it has notched more than 80 services in total for its Binge On zero-rate scheme. Today marks the program’s fifth expansion in its sixth month and adds what are technically 12 (and not 13) services, including:

  • Google Play Music
  • Great Big Story
  • NBC
  • Kiswe
  • Ligonier Ministries
  • Qello Concerts
  • Radio Disney
  • Univision
  • Univision Noticias
  • Spotify
  • Toon Goggles

The streaming music services you see there also provide music videos (and more, in the case of Spotify).

T-Mobile goes on to claim more than 377 million Binge On hours that customers have streamed free of charge. An overwhelming majority of consumers surveyed said they like the idea of the program and that they would try it if it were provided to them.

Binge On has outlived much of the criticism it has received for its non-comporting with net neutrality standards, be it perceived or justified.

Source: T-Mobile
Via: Windows Central

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