T-Mobile updates Binge On to support YouTube Gaming and more


With already over 90 different streaming services available via T-Mobile’s Binge On services, the carrier has added a few more. As of today, the following video platforms have been added:

This marks the sixth expansion of Binge On since its inception last year. Before today’s addition, there have been “more than half a billion hours of video” streamed by users with Binge On.

All of the major players seem to already have support for Binge On. This makes it easy to stream your favorite videos on the go without worrying about hitting, or surpassing, your data threshold.

[via T-Mobile]


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