T-Mobile has also added Amazon Video and WWE Network to BingeOn’s list of supported services.
Free Basics, Facebook's free, limited internet service is at the center of a fierce debate.
John Legere says his critics are arguing 'semantics' about the net neutrality implications of T-Mobile's video streaming program.
The provider is throttling streaming speeds of videos that aren’t subject to the program, making it worse for the open internet than originally thought.
I’m mainly disappointed that a decision was made on my behalf.
"Zero rating" is now in the agency's crosshairs.
Not with court battles, but with "free" data.
T-Mobile has a prepaid plan that offers 5GB of data that you may not have heard of.
There’s nothing on the books to prevent T-Mobile from not charging for some wireless data, but open internet advocates believe this may set a dangerous precedent.
Similar to its “Music Freedom” initiative, T-Mobile is now encouraging you to “binge on.”