T-Mobile bulks up Binge On with ABC, Fox Now, Apple Music, and more

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Binge On is adding to its smorgasbord of data-free viewing and listening choices. T-Mobile announced that streaming from Fox Now, ABC, Apple Music, NatGeo TV, and Ceek VR are the latest additions to the popular program.
The new entrants give T-Mobile a total of over 100 providers, which means theres a good chance that a few of your favorite services participate. When you enable Binge On, you can play streaming content from any of those providers without eating into your monthly data allotment on T-Mobiles network.
Sounds great, right? Well, not to everyone. Recently, researchers at Northeastern University studied Binge On, and found that it regularly drops below a 480p resolution, which is usually a minimum for acceptable quality. T-Mobile got into some hot water during the Binge On debut for not being fully upfront about compressing read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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Binge On is adding to its smorgasbord of data-free viewing and listening choices. T-Mobile announced that streaming from Fox Now, ABC, Apple Music, NatGeo TV, and Ceek VR are the latest additions to the popular program.
The new entrants give T-Mobile a total of over 100 providers, which means theres a good chance that a few of your favorite services participate. When you enable Binge On, you can play streaming content from any of those providers without eating into your monthly data allotment on T-Mobiles network.
Sounds great, right? Well, not to everyone. Recently, researchers at Northeastern University studied Binge On, and found that it regularly drops below a 480p resolution, which is usually a minimum for acceptable quality. T-Mobile got into some hot water during the Binge On debut for not being fully upfront about compressing video.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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