T-Mobile Binge On now supports your YouTube addiction

Binge On YouTube with T-Mobile. Image: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

Binge On YouTube with T-Mobile. Image: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

T-Mobile Binge On, the awesome service that lets you enjoy all the videos your eyes can handle without eating into your data plan, now supports YouTube, Discovery GO, and a whole bunch of other streaming services.

The full list of services added includes Baeble Music, ESNE TV, FilmOn.TV, Fox Business, Google Play Movies, KlowdTV, Red Bull TV, and the two I just mentioned. This takes the list of Binge On-supported services to over 50.

According to T-Mobile, that list now represents 70 percent of all the video streaming services used by T-Mobile customers on their smartphones and tablets. If you’re one of them, then, there’s a good chance one of the services you use is covered by Binge On.

“The facts are clear – Binge On is a runaway hit, and adding these services is just huge!” said T-Mobile CEO John Legere. “Demand for mobile video is skyrocketing. Customers at the Duopoly can either stop watching or pay bigger bills and surprise overage charges.”

“Only T-Mobile customers with Binge On have the option to stretch their data further at no extra cost!”

Since Binge On launched almost four months ago, T-Mobile customers have been watching videos for twice as many hours per day, and one streaming provider has seen a 90 percent spike in viewers. More than 57 million gigabytes of data have been streaming so far.

That figure will surely grow even faster as T-Mobile ads more services.