T-Mobile’s #BingeOn unlimited videos streaming service has received some criticism from the tech world. There was an argument that T-Mobile was coming in the way of net neutrality by only adding some video providers on their list, thus offering them an unfair advantage over the others.
One of the glaring omissions from Binge On was Google’s YouTube which is undoubtedly one of the most sought after video services out there. After a wave of arguments between T-Mobile and YouTube, it seems like the two companies have settled their issues as YouTube has finally been added to Binge On.
This basically means that you can watch as much YouTube videos as you want on LTE and still keep your data. But this doesn’t quite put an end to the net neutrality argument, although users will take some solace in knowing that they can binge watch YouTube videos on their network without worrying about data.
Customers will also find Google Play Movies & TV on Binge On now.