T-Mobile announced its first expansion to the Music Freedom program, which sees the addition of six new streaming services — AccuRadio, Black Planet, Grooveshark, Radio Paradise, Rdio and Songza. The Un-carrier also announced that support for Google Play Music will be available later this year after the streaming service topped the charts as the most requested service in T-Mobile's social voting poll.
T-Mobile stated that since the launch of the Music Freedom program, there has been an increase in the number of songs streamed on its network to the tune of 5 million per day, and that nearly seven thousand terabytes of music has been streamed thus far. The addition of the six streaming services brings the total number of services that won't count toward your data allowance to 13:
- Black Planet
- iTunes Radio
- Milk Music
- Radio Paradise
T-Mobile users, are there any other streaming services would you like to see added to the list?
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