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T-Mobile users can stream video services without using up data allotment

Tue Nov 10 11:08:02 EST 2015 | Investing
NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc will let customers stream video services such as Netflix Inc (O:NFLX), Dish Network Corp's Sling TV, Hulu and HBO Now on their mobile devices without having it count against their data allotment, Chief Executive John Legere said on Tuesday. Legere introduced the wireless provider's new video streaming offering called "Binge On" at an event in Los Angeles. The initiative does not violate U.S. net neutrality rules, Legere added.

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