You can complain about the “Uncarrier’s” Tuesdays perks as much as you want, but it turns out the video announcement John Legere was teasing last week concerned Binge On, the free unlimited streaming service all T-Mobile customers are more than pleased with, despite initial skepticism and net neutrality issues.

How could you not love being able to watch video content on your phones from over 100 providers without ever touching your standard high-speed data on qualifying Simple Choice plans?

The seventh expansion wave recruits a number of big names in the entertainment and news industries, from ABC to Disney, Fox Now and Nat Geo TV, as well as smaller yet equally important services like D-Pan TV, Shalom World or Tubi TV.

Even Apple Music officially joins the fun today, and since it’s getting increasingly hard to keep track of all the supported streaming sites and apps you can binge on worry-free, T-Mo has put together a neat Periodic Table including elements ranging from Amz (Amazon) to Ytg (YouTube Gaming), grouped in Premium, Broadcast, Kids, International, Sports, Music, Human Interest, Virtual Reality, User Generated Content, Gaming, and Religion categories.

Not impressed? Then perhaps you should know 765 million hours of video have been streamed “data-free” so far.

Source: T-Mobile

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