At the tail end of last month, we were all treated to a leak that pointed towards T-Mobile offering unlimited video streaming some time in the near future. Well, that near future is now and T-Mobile’s Binge On is a thing.

It works with 24 different services, including Netflix, HBO, Hulu, Showtime and more, including various sports channels, and all of them can be watched without eating up your data. It’s just like T-Mobile’s Music Freedom service, which does the same thing for music. The only notable omission in their lineup is YouTube, but T-Mobile is reportedly in talks with Google to get that all worked out.

T-Mobile is in the mood to just hand out data, apparently, as they’re also doubling the data caps on all the Simple Choice data plans, free of charge. T-Mobile is really taking this “uncarrier” thing seriously and trying to change the game, and Binge On might just be that game-changer they’re looking for. The service launches on November 19th for existing customers, but new customers can access it four days by switching to T-Mobile.

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