T-Mobile's Binge On service has been added to Youtube that will allow users with more video streams to their devices without wasting any data or money.
T-Mobile announced on Thursday that Google is taking part of the Binge On program, that will offer its customers with popular brands of stream videos on their devices as a consumer benefit such as Netflix, Hulu and UStream.
CEO of T-Mobile John Legere said, "Binge On is a real phenomenon, it's totally changing how our customers stream video for the better. Millions are streaming two times more per day than they were before the launch of Binge On."
Thursday's announcement on Binge On's growth also included support for a variety of other streaming services such as Baeble Music, Discovery GO, ESNE TV, FilmOn.TV, Fox Business, KlowdTV, and Red Bull TV. This shows the totality of more than 50 supported services which entitles 70 percent of all the watched videos by T-Mobile customers each month on their devices.
Legere said, "The facts are clear, Binge On is a runaway hit, and adding these services is just huge. Now T-Mobile customers can watch all of the videos they want from these platforms without even touching their high-speed data."
In addition of the new providers, includes Google Play Movies and Youtube channels that managed to reduce a point of disagreement for the platform of Binge On, where Youtube declared that the video compression was being interfered by Binge On service that was throttling videos and affecting the quality.
A Youtube spokesperson said, "Reducing data charges can be good for users, but it doesn't justify throttling all video services, especially without explicit user consent,"
However T-Mobile managed to control Youtube's objection by applying a streamed content provider over the video quality, this allows the company to first take over the quality of the streamed video, offering T-Mobile customers a mobile-optimized with Binge On activated to stream a Youtube video clip.