T-Mobile adds 11 more music streamers to Music Freedom

T-Mobile kicked off the beginning of a new month on Tuesday, by adding 11 new music streaming sites to its Music Freedom program. Launched in June 2014, Music Freedom allows T-Mobile customers to stream content from certain music streamers, without it counting against their monthly data allowance. According to data from the carrier, T-Mobile subscribers using Music Freedom stream 196 million songs a day. 

The new additions to Music Freedom include:

  • Aud.io-High-fidelity internet radio
  • Dash Radio-DJ-driven radio, zero commercials, 24/7
  • DatPiff-Mixtapes, hip hop music, videos and underground
  • Jango-Internet radio that plays music you’ll love
  • KCRW-Music discovery, NPR news, cultural exploration and informed public affairs
  • Noon Pacific-A weekly mixtape of the best songs hand-picked from the best music blogs
  • Radio Danz-The world’s pure dance channel
  • SomaFM-Ambient, downtempo and chill beats from well-known and unknown artists
  • Spinrilla-Hip-hop mixtape downloads and streams with no downloading limits
  • StreamOn-Streaming music services powered by StreamOn. Next-level streaming products for the next era of radio
  • TuneIn Premium-Access to every NFL, MLB, and Barclays Premier League game, over 600 commercial-free music stations, 40,000 audiobooks, and 16 language learning programs

With 11 new streamers, T-Mobile's Music Freedom program now gives its subscribers 44 different options to choose from. T-Mobile says that it is "on a mission to add every lawful music streaming service to Music Freedom."

source: T-Mobile

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4 Comments

1. Bernoulli

Posts: 4361; Member since: Sep 01, 2012

I hope that one day they make a deal with Sirius XM and have at least their streaming service free for unlimited users, would definitely be bad ass!

2. joevsyou

Posts: 1091; Member since: Feb 28, 2015

if it wasn't for this program, i would eat through my 10gbs of data like nothing

3. majp89

Posts: 182; Member since: Jun 18, 2013

It makes that "it's bad for net neutrality" argument a little less convincing when you have over 44 choices of music allowed under the music freedom deal. I'd say they're doing a pretty good job of upholding the values of net neutrality as long as they continue to include "all legal" forms of it. I hope they do the same thing with their video streaming service too.

4. Gemmol

Posts: 793; Member since: Nov 09, 2011

Whats the quality on the music, is it 320kbps or 128kbps or is it something else, if it's 320 that's pretty good

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