With much of the initial controversy about potential net neutrality violations behind it, T-Mobile’s Binge On video service continues to grow.
The Un-carrier on Tuesday announced it has added 13 new video streaming partners to Binge On’s lineup, including Google Play Music, NBC, Radio Disney, Univision and Spotify. The latest addition brings the total number of Binge On partners to more than 80.
According to T-Mobile, Google Play Music, Radio Disney, Spotify and fellow new addition TIDAL, are all also members of the Un-carrier’s Music Freedom program. As Binge On does for video, Music Freedom allows customers to stream music from participating services without using their data allowance. T-Mobile said the new partnership with Binge On will provide a home and audience for the providers’ expanding video libraries.
The additions follow T-Mobile’s crossing of a major milestone in March when it added dominant Internet video provider YouTube to its list of participating services. At the time, the Un-carrier said its partner services represented 70 percent of all video watched by Un-carrier customers.
Since the launch of Binge On in November, T-Mobile said its customers have streamed more than 377 million hours of video.