T-Mobile’s Music Freedom program launched in June 2014, allowing Simple Choice customers to stream music from 8 different services without having that usage count against their data allotment. T-Mo added 6 more services to that list in August, and today another 14 services are joining the list.
T-Mobile says that Google Play Music, Xbox Music, SoundCloud and more are now compatible with its Music Freedom offering. That means that customers with a Simple Choice plan can now stream as much music as they like with those services without the usage counting against their data allotment. The full list of the 14 new services joining Music Freedom is as follows:
T-Mobile Music Freedom already includes services like Pandora, iHeartRadio, iTunes Radio, Rdio, Slacker and Spotify, and so with the addition of services like Google Play Music, Xbox Music and SoundCloud, Music Freedom now covers most major streaming services. It’s great to see another 14 services join T-Mo’s Music Freedom, and I’m sure Android fans are especially pleased to see Google’s Play Music finally join the program.
Do you have access to T-Mobile Music Freedom? If so, which services do you use with it?