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

Tue Nov 10 11:11:14 EST 2015 | Reuters
NEW YORKT-Mobile US Inc said on Tuesday it will give customers a new option to stream video from services including Netflix Inc on their mobile devices without having it count against their data plans. Hoping to attract more users to its network, Chief Executive John Legere announced the wireless provider's new video streaming plan "Binge On" at an event in Los Angeles. The plan will be rolled out later this month, executives said. "Watch what you want without watching your data," Legere said. B..

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NEW YORKT-Mobile US Inc said on Tuesday it will give customers a new option to stream video from services including Netflix Inc on their mobile devices without having it count agai..
fanaticTRX/WikipediaT-Mobile CEO John Legere. Customers who opt into it will be able to stream video from about two dozen providers — including Netflix, HBO Now, Hul..
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(Adds executive quotes, details throughout) NEW YORK Nov 10 (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc said on Tuesday it will give customers a new option to stream video from services including ..
T-Mobile took another step Tuesday at becoming a true “Uncarrier,” as it likes to be called. The mobile provider said it is now offering unlimited video st..
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T-Mobile has announced BingeOn, a new service that allows T-Mobile customers to stream video free from content providers including Netflix, Hulu and HBO Now without worrying about ..
John Legere introduces Binge On during the Un-carrier X press conference at the Shrine Auditorium on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Los Angeles. (Jordan Strauss, AP images for T-Mobile..
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T-Mobile's decision to exempt two dozen video services from its data caps, including ESPN, Netflix and HBO, doesn't violate net neutrality. In fact, it will show how Internet ..