T-Mobile’s Binge On program allows you to stream video without counting against your data cap. It launched with a bit of controversy, between the “dvd quality” and net neutrality concerns. Still it’s a program which consumers can’t help but enjoy, and today they’ve finally added Youtube and Google Play Movies.
In nearly four months “More than 57 million GB (57 petabytes) have been streamed without burning up customers’ high-speed data.” They also brag that “customers are watching twice as many hours per day, in longer and more frequent viewing sessions” than they did before Binge On. Those are some pretty impressive numbers and clearly people are enjoying the service. Demand for watching streaming video on mobile is only going to go up. Programs like Binge On certainly work in T-Mobile’s favor and make them very appealing.
With the new addition of Baeble Music, Discovery GO, ESNE TV, FilmOn.TV, Fox Business, Google Play Movies, KlowdTV, and Red Bull TV Binge On now includes over 50 video services.
Source: Android Guys