Following in the footsteps of T-Mobile, Sprint on Wednesday unveiled a new unlimited music streaming service for its Boost Mobile customers.
Starting today, the unlimited music feature will be available on Boost’s $30 with Auto Re-Boost, $35, and $60 plans.
Under the new program, Boost Mobile customers will be able to stream music from select services on their mobile device without incurring data charges.
Initial partner services include Pandora, iHeartRadio, 8tracks, Samsung Milk Music and Slacker Radio. More music partners are expected to be announced in the future.
The move mirrors T-Mobile’s June 2014 introduction of its Music Freedom program, which allows T-Mobile customers on the Un-carrier’s Simple Choice plans to stream unlimited amounts of music from partner services without using up their data allowance.
Like Boost’s new program, T-Mobile’s Music Freedom initially included seven partners, including Pandora, iHeartRadio, Slacker Radio, Rhapsody, iTunes Radio and Spotify. Since its launch, Music Freedom has been expanded to include a total of 44 different music streaming services.
According to T-Mobile, Music Freedom customers now stream more than 196 million songs each day.
T-Mobile’s prepaid brand MetroPCS also rolled out unlimited music streaming in mid-November.