N/APosted on - 11/27/2014
I came to know that T-Mobile has added 14 new streaming services to its pro-consumer and pro music Music Freedom where any can play without paying anything more. Is it true that all the 14 streaming services are absolutely free of cost and is Google Play Music added to Music Freedom Program?
Is Google Play Music added to Music Freedom Program?
This is really pro-music and pro-consumer. The launch of T-Mobile of their Music Freedom program on November 24, 2014 has now doubled the number of music streaming services that allows customers to stream music from a selection of apps which will not add to their data capacities. This feature by T-Mobile was already unveiled in June but with a limited number of services only like Pandora, Spotify, iTunes Radio, Slacker, Rhapsody, iHeartRadio, and more.
The 14 new streaming services added for the recently launched program include RadioTunes, Google Play Music, radio.com, Xbox Music, radioPup, SoundCloud, Live365, Mad Genius Radio plus smaller specialty services which are focused on music genres like Digitally Imported [electronic dance], Fit Radio [for the gym], JAZZRADIO, Saavn [Bollywood and Indian music], Fresca Radio [Latin, Hispanic, and Caribbean music], and ROCKRADIO.
Music Freedom permits customers to stream music without worrying that they will go over their data limit.