T-Mobile has announced the addition of sixteen new services to its Music Freedom and Binge On programs. Among others, Amazon Music and ESPN Radio have been added to Music Freedom, joining other popular services like Apple Music, Google Play Music, Spotify, Pandora and more. Announced in June 2014, Music Freedom provides Simple Choice customers with unlimited music streaming from popular services without taking up any of the customer’s mobile data plan. The program only launched with seven music streaming services at the start; now that list has grown to 42.

In addition, Nickelodeon, Spike, TV Land, Dailymotion and more have been added to Binge On. For those unfamiliar, Binge On is essentially the same thing as Music Freedom, only for video content. Binge On already features a number of popular services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video, HBO NOW, YouTube and more. For the full list of the new services added to these programs, be sure to check out the source link attached below.

Along with the press release, T-Mobile CEO John Legere gave some insight as to how Music Freedom and Binge On have been doing since launch. Customers have already streamed 90 billion songs for free thanks to Music Freedom, and Binge On has allowed users to stream over 190 million hours of video content for free. Mr. Legere goes into more detail in his video blog:

If you’re a T-Mobile customer, have you taken advantage of Binge On or Music Freedom? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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