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T-Mobile Binge On
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T-Mobile’s data-free streaming video service Binge On has added another 16 providers to a list that has quadrupled in the eight months since its launch. The Bellevue, Wash.-based wireless provider now counts more than 100 video providers as contributors to the service.

According to the company, T-Mobile customers have streamed more than 765 million hours of video data-free. That’s more than 87,000 years of back-to-back non-stop watching without eating up a single byte of high-speed data, a news release said.

CEO John Legere took to YouTube to celebrate the news, champion Binge On and take his usual bleeped-out shots at his rivals.

“Unlike dumb and dumber, we actually work with our providers,” Legere said. “We didn’t create a bull—- proprietary or competitive service that no one asked for and frankly no one f—ing cares about. Ahem — I’m looking at you, Verizon and Go90.”

Here’s the list of the new providers:

  • ABC
  • Apple Music
  • Big Ten Network
  • CEEK VR
  • DISH Anywhere
  • Disney Channel
  • Disney Jr.
  • Disney XD
  • D-PAN.TV
  • DramaFever
  • FOXNOW
  • FXNOW
  • NAT GEO TV
  • Shalom World
  • Sioeye
  • Tubi TV
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