While T-Mobile’s #BingeOn video streaming service has irked net neutrality backers, the carrier has just added a few more popular channels to the offering, letting customers enjoy more video content without counting against their monthly data cap. The new services to have been launched are Amazon Video, Fox News, WWE Network and Univision NOW.
This essentially brings the total number of providers to 40, with most popular offerings included in the list. The carrier also mentioned that Binge On is a great success among the customers and that the users have already consumed nearly 34 petabytes of data already. That’s quite a lot.
Along with the addition of these services, T-Mobile has also announced that it will update its application which will make accessing content a hassle free experience for the customers. To conclude, if you’re a fan of Binge On, your life just got a lot better with more services to pick from. However, the carrier still has a lot of unanswered questions with regards to net neutrality which we hope to be answered in the days to come.