Amazon Music Now Data Streaming Free On T-Mobile’s Music Freedom

Amazon Prime Music is the latest streaming service to be added to T-Mobile’s Music Freedom data plan. Music Freedom is the music equivalent of Binge On, T-Mobiles plan that lets you stream unlimited video from select services.

Considering the average prices of mobile data as well as the high data usage of music and video, offering customers free on-the-go streaming is a big draw for the mobile network. T-Mobile’s CEO and president John Legere revealed that since Music Freedom launched 90 billion songs have been streamed with customers streaming 210 million songs a day. Together with Binge On users have streamed an incredible 350 petabytes of high-speed data for free.

Amazon Music joins music services like Apple Music, Google Play Music, Spotify, and others. Additionally a number of video services are included in the plan like YouTube and Netflix. In a world where media consumption is quickly becoming dominated by streaming T-Mobile are one of the few companies taking advantage of this.

Amazon Music is now available to stream for free from anywhere. Also joining the 100 music and video services streaming free on T-Mobile are ESPN Radio, Dailymotion, EPIX, Nickelodeon, Spike, and TV Land join Binge On.

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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