Sunday, 25 February 2018

T-Mobile US tweaks Binge On, adds YouTube

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 18 March 16

Operator makes it easier for customers to opt out, gives video providers control over how their traffic is managed.

YouTube was one of several new video providers to join T-Mobile US's Binge On programme this week, after the operator made alterations to its zero-rated video service that give customers and content companies more control. Google Play Movies, Red Bull TV, Discovery GO, and Fox Business, among others…

YouTube was one of several new video providers to join T-Mobile US's Binge On programme this week, after the operator made alterations to its zero-rated video service that give customers and content companies more control. Google Play Movies, Red Bull TV, Discovery GO, and Fox Business, among others…

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