T-Mobile is announcing music freedom as part of its Uncarrier 6 announcement today. With 67 percent of music streamers listening to music on their mobile devices, T-Mobile's un-CEO John Legere says that he doesn't want users to limit their streaming due to fears of overages. As such, streaming from all the major music streaming services won't count against your data limit as part of Uncarrier 6.
So, if you stream from the following services, data consumed from the following services won't count against your data plan, no matter how much you stream:
- iTunes Radio
Additionally, even when you exhaust your high speed data bucket, your music will still stream at high speeds!
Customers can tell T-Mobile which services they want. The carrier will crowdsource customer opinions and add more services in the future.
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