Ever since T-Mobile started offering the Binge On service to their subscribers late last year, more than 765 million hours of video have been streamed without affecting their data allocation. After 8 months of this, the
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It used to be that Chinese tech brands were just content in being in their native country or even in just the nearby countries in the Asian region. After all, there is still a huge market out there, despite the number of players.
T-Mobile has just made the Binge On program more attractive and exciting than ever. Since its major launch in November 2015, the carrier has added many other streaming services in the lineup so customers can have more choices.
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