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Endless free music streaming with T-Mobile’s new update

In the latest victory for streaming services, T-Mobile has announced a partnership with roughly 85% of all its users’ favorite music streaming channels. Starting in the next few weeks, T-Mobile users will be able to stream as much music as they want, whenever they want, without having to pay a dime in data fees. Customers can browse iTunes Radio playlists at their leisure, and never have to worry about whether or not their Spotify playlist is eating up all their data for the month. They’re free to explore Pandora, Rhapsody, iHeartRadio, Slacker and Milk Music, too. And to add to the initiative, the mobile company┬áhas recently released a music streaming site of its own, unRadio. This service has a database of 20 million songs and will be free for T-Mobile subscribers who have unlimited data plans, or just $4 a month for those who don’t. Not bad, T-Mobile. Not bad.

Via: Time

 

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