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T-Mobile adds more channels to Binge-On

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T-Mobile announced on Thursday that it is expanding its Binge-On catalog to include four new streaming services -- Amazon Video, Fox News, WWE Network and Univision NOW -- bringing the total up to more than 40. The "Un-carrier" also released new data on its users' usage of the Binge-On service. According to T-Mobile, its "customers on qualifying data plans are already watching more than twice the video than before from the free services with Binge On." In all, users have streamed 34 petabytes for free.

What's more, the company announced that it will begin rolling out an update to its T-Mobile app in the coming days which will allow users to get to their streaming content from the homescreen faster and with fewer clicks.

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