T-Mobile announced a big expansion to its Music Freedom deal today with 11 more streaming services. That means you won't use any of your data allotment to listen to these 11 services, some of which you might even have heard of. Really, most of them are pretty obscure. Good on T-Mobile for keeping Music Freedom open, I guess.
Here's the full list of streaming services that were just added.
- Aud.io High-fidelity internet radio
- Dash Radio DJ-driven radio, zero commercials, 24/7
- DatPiff Mixtapes, hip hop music, videos and underground
- Jango Internet radio that plays music you’ll love
- KCRW Music discovery, NPR news, cultural exploration and informed public affairs
- Noon Pacific A weekly mixtape of the best songs hand-picked from the best music blogs
- Radio Danz The world’s pure dance channel
- SomaFM Ambient, downtempo and chill beats from well-known and unknown artists
- Spinrilla Hip-hop mixtape downloads and streams with no downloading limits
- StreamOn Streaming music services powered by StreamOn. Next-level streaming products for the next era of radio
- TuneIn Premium 100,000 radio stations, 5.7 million podcasts, language learning and more
The big one is TuneIn Premium, which is a popular way to stream internet radio and podcasts. I'm surprised it wasn't included before, actually. KCRW is a major public radio station in LA, so that's a familiar name. The rest are unknown to me, but they all seem to have a niche. Anyone who listens to them will probably be plenty excited to have unlimited tunes.