Today’s newcomers include ABC, Apple Music, Big Ten Network, CEEK VR, DISH Anywhere, Disney Channel, Disney Jr., Disney XD, D-PAN.TV, DramaFever, FOX Now, FXNOW, NAT GEO TV, Shalom World, Sioeye and Tubi TV.
While many customers seem to love the feature, it doesn’t always live up to the hype. Last month, researchers from Northwestern University said customers don’t always get what T-Mobile promises with Binge On. Among the many issues the team found has to do with resolution.
T-Mobile advertises that Binge On provides video at 480p (DVD) quality but in their testing via YouTube, the resolution was only 360p which reportedly looked blurry on a modern smartphone. When they disabled Binge On, the quality shot up to 1080p Full HD.
Nevertheless, T-Mobile is enjoying plenty of success with the perk. In its press release, T-Mobile highlights the fact that customers have streamed more than 765 million hours of video data-free which translates to over 87,000 years of non-stop watching.
The full list of T-Mobile Binge On partners can be found by clicking here then clicking where it says “see list of all streaming services.”