• T-Mobile Reportedly Content With Offering Unlimited Data Plan

    T-Mobile Reportedly Content With Offering Unlimited Data Plan

    Back in November of 2015, T-Mobile raised the price of its unlimited data plan, alongside the announcements of UnCarrier X.While T-Mobile can still be one of the only major carriers in the US to actively promote an unlimited plan, Binge On is automatically turned on once a line is activated.
  • T-Mobile Binge On Adds Support for PBS, Azubu, Dailymotion Games

    T-Mobile Binge On Adds Support for PBS, Azubu, Dailymotion Games

    With Binge On, any video you stream over T-Mobile’s data network from a supported provider (such as Netflix, HBO, and YouTube) will not count towards your monthly allotment, saving you from possible overage charges.As for which services were added this week, viewers can now stream video from PBS, PBS Kids, Azubu, Dailymotion Games, Eyegroove, as well as YouTube Gaming.
  • T-Mobile's Binge On Ups Amount of Supported Services to Over 100

    T-Mobile's Binge On Ups Amount of Supported Services to Over 100

    T-Mobile’s Binge On, the added feature for customers that allows them to stream video from select services and have it not count against their monthly data allotment, is getting quadrupled in size.In total, there are now more than 100 services for users to stream DVD-quality (480p) video from.
  • AT&T is About to Throttle Your Video Streaming to DVD Quality

    AT&T is About to Throttle Your Video Streaming to DVD Quality

    Conserving data means AT&T throttling all of the video you watch to DVD quality, which is 480p.While Binge On doesn’t count the data gobbled up by streaming video with Binge On enabled, AT&T’s Stream Saver will count throttled video streaming against your plan.