T-Mobile Binge On now supports Amazon Music, ESPN Radio, more

Binge On goes bigger! Photo Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Binge On goes bigger! Photo Killian Bell/Cult of Android

T-Mobile has today added yet more services to its Binge On program after revealing that subscribers have streamed a whopping 90 billion songs for free since Music Freedom launched.

Amazon Music, ESPN Radio, and Dailymotion are some of the streaming services now available.

Binge On has been a huge hit for T-Mobile — and indeed its customers, who are able to stream content from a whole host of popular services without eating into their monthly data allowance.

It’s no wonder that T-Mobile customers stream 210 million songs every day from services like Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play Music, Rhapsody, and more, then. So far, Binge On subscribers have saved over 350 petabytes of high-speed data they would have used with other carriers.

And T-Mobile is today giving them even more reasons to take advantage of Binge On, by adding another 16 new services that takes the total number past 100. Those include:

  • Amazon Music
  • Chilltrax
  • ESPN Radio
  • PreDanz
  • Uforia
  • Dailymotion
  • EPIX
  • OVGuide
  • Viki
  • YipTV
  • 120 Sports
  • Nickelodeon
  • Spike
  • TV Land

You can see the full list of services supported by Binge On — and find out how to sign up — by following the source link below.