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T-Mobile Expands Binge On, Makes It Easier to Turn Off Throttling

New partners include Amazon Video, WWE Network, Fox News and Univision.

The Verge

T-Mobile is doing two things with its Binge On program today: Adding new partners including Amazon, and making it simpler for consumers to turn off what has fast become the company’s most controversial “Uncarrier” perk.

Starting today, Amazon Video, WWE Network, Fox News and Univision are part of Binge On, meaning customers can stream video from those services at DVD quality without it counting toward their chosen T-Mobile data plan. But, in response to growing net neutrality complaints and calls for the FCC to closely examine Binge On, T-Mobile has also made it much easier to disable the feature and view content at full quality.

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