T-Mobile is expanding yet again. With news that a number of streaming services including Google Play Music, NBC, TIDAL, Spotify, Radio Disney and others have developed a video addition to the platforms, the services will now be added to T-Mobile’s Binge On campaign. The program will allow members to stream movies and TV without the interference of gobbling up their cellular data plan.
The company already supports most major video services like Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, WatchESPN, HBO Now and others. Spotify is one of the more notable names on this lineup, having only expanded into video earlier this year. The free feature was introduced six months ago, with customers streaming more than 377 million hours of video from 80 providers without using their data.
"In the six months since we launched Binge On, the number of video providers streaming free without using your data has grown more than 240%," said T-Mobile chairman John Legere in a statement. "We’ve got something for everyone, and customers never have to worry about getting slammed with ridiculous overage penalties."
The news may not interfere with those who already stream music-only on their T-Mobile devices, given the carrier currently has a program called Music Freedom that offers parallel data-sparing benefits. The new video services joining Binge On: Google Play Music, Great Big Story, NBC, Kiswe, Ligonier Ministries, Noggin, Qello Concerts, Radio Disney, Univision, Univision Noticias, Spotify, Tidal and Toon Goggles.