Music streaming has broken the constrictions of music and now T-Mobile are breaking the constrictions of paying for it.
Pandora have partnered with T-Mobile to free your music as the latest part of T-Mobile’s un-carrier promotions. T-Mobile will now offer it’s 76 million customers unlimited music streaming all without ads, entirely free for 12 months.
The mobile carrier will offer 12 months of Pandora’s Plus service to all of their account holders from August 28th. Pandora say: “This move exemplifies our focus on growing Pandora’s user-base by partnering with top-tier consumer brands and providing unique offers to their customers.”
Pandora Plus offers it’s users:
- Replays: Listeners can hit the replay button to start their favorite jam from the beginning, or experience that newly discovered song again. It could be the last song they heard, or they can go back to their listening playlist and replay any track.
- Skips: Listeners can skip as many songs as they want.
- Offline: Even on Airplane Mode, the music won’t miss a beat. We’ve queued up every user’s top three stations (plus their Thumbprint Radio if they’ve added it), so every listening experience will switch effortlessly into offline mode. No need to even pull the phone out. It just works.
This might not be the last of Pandora and T-Mobile’s offerings to customers as Pandora slyly add: “This is just the first step in more exciting news to come from Pandora and T-Mobile. Until then – go ahead and press play.”
To sign up, tap the Pandora link in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app (available on the App Store and Google Play) between 4:59 a.m. ET on August 28 and 4:59 a.m. ET on August 29.
Want to learn more about T-Mobile Un-carrier? Visit http://www.t-mobile.com.
Limited time offer; subject to change. Claim in T-Mobile Tuesdays App by 8/29 4:59 a.m. ET and redeem with Pandora by 9/4 at 4:59 a.m. ET for 12 mo. subscription. Limit 1/account. New Pandora account may be required. Pandora terms apply. If you cancel T-Mobile service, free subscription ends. Images are for illustrative purposes only.
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