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AT&T Prepaid customers are getting free data to use, but only when watching content with certain apps. And currently, all those apps are owned by AT&T.
The Commission will get turned over come when President-Elect Trump takes his place at the White House, but it doesn't change these findings.
You can stream those channels on your smartphone, tablet, computer on your smart TV starting at $30 per month on November 30.
If you're on a limited tier plan, you don't have to worry about eating up all your data to play Pokémon GO on T-Mobile, at least for a whole year.
Northeastern University researchers have spotted a wide exploit in how T-Mobile determines which content is free and which will be charged for.
A total of 13 content providers are going zero-rated on T-Mobile's Binge On program, including Spotify, Google Play Music and Tidal.
Tap once with Android Pay, get 1GB. Tap three times? Get another gig! Pretty simple for a Verizon perk, right? Well, it is kinda slightly complicated.
Get the full list of all the new T-Mobile Binge On (as well as Music Freedom) providers signing up for the services.
Is the Un-carrier getting stingy? Its CFO talked with investors about how it needs to better its network. Here's where Binge On and unlimited data cross.
There's a rash of T-Mobile users getting messages about free Facebook data - what's going on?
The company expects to be up there in 5G-land with the rest of the carriers. But hey, how about that Verizon?
The government publicly opposed to Facebook's Free Basics package late last year. It's now written a rule against it and the likes.
Verizon go90 streaming video is now included in the carrier's zero-rated FreeBee Data scheme - so how's that work with net neutrality?
The Director for the university's Center for Internet and Society penned a report detailing arguments against Binge On comporting with net neutrality.
T-Mobile, AT&T and Comcast have had their time with the FCC to explain their zero-rated data programs. The FCC called those meetings "productive."
CEO John Legere announced that 14 new video providers have signed on to the zero-rated data program and goes after critics of it, including Google.
This development may put the FCC’s meeting with T-Mobile in a new light — and perhaps the meetings with AT&T and Comcast as well. After YouTube took first spat against T-Mobile’s Binge On program that zero-rated end users’ costs for access to 480p video. That’s so long as video providers ask to be on the program, which is free to participate in.
YouTube was and is not a partner in the program and the company is claiming that its video is being “throttled” down to 480p. T-Mobile responded with a different term, “downgraded,” [...]