T-Mobile's Music Freedom gives you unlimited access to major music streamers for free
posted by Alan F. / Jun 18, 2014, 10:20 PM
Also starting today, T-Mobile customers can install the Rhapsody unRadio app onto their T-Mobile powered device. The app can be downloaded from the Rhapsody.com website right now. Starting on Sunday, the Rhapdody unRadio app can be downloaded from T-Mobile.com, or from the carrier's brick and mortar stores. The app is free for members of the newest Simple Choice plans, who receive unlimited data. For everyone else, the monthly service is priced at $4 a month.
The Rhapsody unRadio app allows users to listen to their favorite songs online and offline. And just in case you're not getting the picture, T-Mobile is talking about unlimited streaming of millions of tunes with no ads! And you also have an unlimited number of skips. Don't want to hear Hall and Oates sing "You've lost that loving feeling," then you can skip it and move on to the next tune, with no penalties against you.
The title is a little misleading. It makes it sound like you GET the services for free, not stream them for free without taking from your LTE data. (Which is what it actually is)
posted on Jun 18, 2014, 10:25 PM 3
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That's wassup. Look at the likes of AT&T, heavily pushing Beats. As if it's not enough that it would consume the paltry amount of data you have, you'd also pay $5/month on top. Now it doesn't consume your data on T-Mobile. Also T-Mobile Rhapsody UnRadio is free for unlimited data customers!! So you get unlimited data (so it wouldn't matter even if it consumed your data) but also free streaming!!
posted on Jun 18, 2014, 10:26 PM 5
Posts: 44; Member since: Oct 18, 2011
This is absolutely great. Another thing is that if you have the unlimited plan, you can get rhapsody for free. One more service that they need to add to the white listed apps is google all access and tmobile will be better than the best....as it already is.
posted on Jun 18, 2014, 10:26 PM 3
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Awesome move by T-Mobile. Stream all the music you want on your phone or tablet from the top music services including Pandora, iHeartRadio, iTunes Radio, Rhapsody, Spotify, Slacker, and Milk Music without using your 4G LTE data. http://www.t-mobile.com/offer/free-music-streaming.html I think I will dump ATT as soon as the T-Mobile's LTE upgrade is complete.
posted on Jun 18, 2014, 10:32 PM 1
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Didn't know Google Music was included, does that mean if I stream any songs in my library over their network it doesn't count against my cap or only if I sign up for their All Access paid service? Also, I don't see anywhere about no more taxes and fee's anywhere on their site. Was this just a false rumor?
posted on Jun 18, 2014, 10:35 PM 0
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t-mobile.com/offer/free-music-streaming.html Go there to vote for Google Music cause it is not included yet.
posted on Jun 18, 2014, 10:39 PM 5
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Maybe PA should do a review on which one of these listed music providers is the best. That would really help out me and probably others too because I dont want to try all of them to find out. Just a suggestion.
posted on Jun 18, 2014, 10:43 PM 3
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already been done...sort of -http://www.phonearena.com/news
Maybe we need a refresher....
posted on Jun 18, 2014, 10:48 PM 0
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So, I'm the one to throw up the net neutrality flag on this? How do smaller streaming services get in on this? What's their catch? For those applauding this move, what if it was Verizon or AT&T in the headline? Equal enthusiasm or just another way to screw over the little guy?
posted on Jun 18, 2014, 11:53 PM 0
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There is no net neutrality issue. 1. T-Mobile intends to include all streaming sources (the naming a few of the big names and having people vote, is to spread awareness). 2. Right on the T-Mobile website, it says that if you have a streaming service and want to include it in the free streaming, all you need to do is shoot T-Mobile an e-mail and they'll get started on the process (because hell if anyone knows the dozens of streaming sites out there.. I'm sure not even T-Mobile knows some exist, hence the need to request). Remember, there isn't just T-Mobile and the consumer, there's also third parties.. the music streamers, involved which need to be brought on board. People may say "well why not make them all available and free?". The reason they need to request the service is because when you stream from a source, there's a specific link that initiates the streaming process. Unless pointed out, this can be indistinguishable from video streaming sites and the like, especially if the name of the streamer and their url is unknown. Thus they need to let T-Mo be aware of what their proxy or url is for streaming and the magic then begins. I could be wrong but that's the way I interpreted things and as such, saw no net neutrality issues. http://www.t-mobile.com/offer/free-music-streaming.html?icid=WMM_TM_BRR
CD_CX2CE18VXT361 on bottom the FAQ's.. last question addresses this issue.
posted on Jun 19, 2014, 8:51 AM 1
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posted on Jun 19, 2014, 12:27 AM 0
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I have the unlimited data plan $70 that was available before late march 2014, I went to t-mobiles website and entered my number and I got a message giving me the option of being charged $4 a month for unradio or $9 for rhapsody premiere. I guess the free unradio deal is for $80 unlimited data plan only.
posted on Jun 19, 2014, 7:39 AM 0
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No. Call customer service. They'll gladly give it to you for free.
posted on Jun 19, 2014, 11:24 AM 0
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