T-Mobile's unlimited video streaming option lets customers get all the content they want without burning through their data. This sounds like a win-win, but Binge On has received push back for concerns over net neutrality and limiting the quality of video streams. By this point, you know what you're getting, and you probably either love it or hate it.

For those in the former camp, T-Mobile has announced the addition of several more services, with a few of them related to gaming.

  • Azubu
  • Dailymotion Games
  • Eyegroove
  • PBS
  • PBS KIDS
  • YouTube Gaming

YouTube Gaming may have already been available back when YouTube was added, but now this is more clear.

The list of services supported altogether is over 90. That's quite the selection. As long as T-Mobile gets good signal in your area and you're willing to pay for a compatible plan, the carrier has done its part to make sure you're always staring at your phone.