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T-Mobile Music Freedom Now Supports 11 Additional Services

T-Mobile Music Freedom Announcement

T-Mobile’s Music Freedom, the feature that lets T-Mobile customers stream music without hitting their data allotments, is expanding. Today T-Mobile has added support for 11 additional services, bringing the total to 44 services.

T-Mobile says that since Music Freedom launched in June 2014, T-Mobile says that 196 million songs are being streamed using that service, up 311 percent. That is a lot of songs and due to the fact that streaming services are constantly evolving, T-Mobile has added these 11 services to Music Freedom:

  • Dash Radio
  • DatPiff
  • Jango
  • KCRW
  • Noon Pacific
  • Radio Danz
  • SomaFM
  • Spinrilla
  • StreamOn
  • TuneIn Premium

So if you use any of those services, they no longer count against your high-speed data allotment, in addition to the previously added services. If you stream music from these places, how do you like that they’ll no longer count against your data?

Source: T-Mobile

T-Mobile Adds 3 New Services To Music Freedom

T-Mobile Music Freedom Announcement

For those of you who might not remember, T-Mobile offers a free service to all customers called “Music Freedom.” This allows users who use select music services to stream all music without it using their data plan. Today, T-Mobile has added three new services to the program.

These new services are Tidal Music, BandCamp, and MixCloud. While they might not be as popular as Spotify, Pandora, or others, it’s good to see T-Mobile expand the feature to smaller streaming companies. Here are all the streaming services that are valid under Music Freedom:

  • AccuRadio
  • BandCamp
  • BlackPlanet Radio
  • Digitally Imported
  • Fit Radio
  • Fresca Radio
  • Google Play Music
  • Grooveshark
  • iHeartRadio
  • iTunes Radio
  • Live365
  • Mad Genius Radio
  • MixCloud
  • Pandora
  • radioPup
  • Radio Paradise
  • RadioTunes
  • Rhapsody
  • Rdio
  • Saavn
  • Slacker
  • Songza
  • SoundCloud
  • Spotify
  • Samsung Milk
  • Tidal Music
  • Xbox Music

Source: Tmonews via Droid Life