You can now stream Apple Music videos via T-Mobile’s Binge On

By , Jul 26, 2016

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T-Mobile customers can now stream any video content available on Apple Music through the carrier’s cellular network without using up any data available in their monthly data bucket. The carrier announced today that Binge On now supports video content from Apple Music and fifteen other streaming video providers, including the sign language channel D-PAN.TV, Dish Anywhere, NAT GEO TV, various ABC, Disney and FOX apps and other providers. Binge On streamed 765 million hours of video data-free since its inception 8 months ago.

The full list of new providers joining Binge On today include:

  • ABC
  • Apple Music
  • Big Ten Network
  • DISH Anywhere
  • Disney Channel
  • Disney Jr.
  • Disney XD
  • D-PAN.TV
  • DramaFever
  • Shalom World
  • Sioeye
  • Tubi TV

Here’s T-Mobile’s outspoken CEO John Legere talking about the latest expansion.

Binge On launched in November 2015 and is available to T-Mobile customers on qualifying plans. More than a hundred video providers in the United States currently support this initiative.

The services is completely free to both customers and providers. The full up-to-date list of current Binge On services can be found at

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Brandon Higgins

    I just want it to work with hotspot. Either way data is being used so why can’t I stream it on my iPad for a larger screen

    • Hector Alcala

      It does work with hotspot.

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  • Bugs Bunnay

    I just think that the ceo has gone mad. They will go bankrupt!