This summer, T-Mobile began its ‘Music Freedom‘ program, which allows its subscribers to listen to an unlimited amount of music from popular streaming services without using up their plan’s data allotment.
Today, T-Mobile is adding 14 new services to the fray. Most notable are Google Play Music, Xbox Music and SoundCloud, but there are several other more niche additions as well. From T-Mobile’s press release:
- Google Play Music− Winner of the popular vote among Un-carrier customers
- Xbox Music − ‘All the Music You Love’ on all your devices
- SoundCloud − Provides access to the world’s largest community of music & audio creators
- RadioTunes − Features a wide variety of free streaming radio channels
- Digitally Imported − The first service in Music Freedom devoted entirely to electronic dance music
- Fit Radio − A wide selection of great workout songs for the gym
- Fresca Radio − Delivers 40 channels of the best Latin, Hispanic and Caribbean music
- JAZZRADIO − Enjoy endless hours of the best jazz music around
- Live365 − Thousands of internet radio stations featuring music in every style
- Mad Genius Radio − For those who like a lot of music and who like their playlists fresh
- radioPup − Featuring 300+ local radio stations streaming the best music available
- radio.com − Original programming including streaming music and more
- ROCKRADIO − 100% rock, streaming the most diverse variety of rock music online
- Saavn − All the best Bollywood and Indian music, online and on the go
“This event was off the charts”
Gary Vaynerchuk was so impressed with TNW Conference 2016 he paused mid-talk to applaud us.
It’s encouraging to see T-Mobile deliver on its promise of adding more services to Music Freedom, especially lesser known ones catered to more specific audiences. These join the 13 already available (big names like Spotify, Pandora and Rdio were already on tow) for a grand total of 27 – quite a noticeable jump from the initial seven offered just a few months ago.