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  • Apple Music Added to T-Mobile's List of Streaming Services under its Music Freedom Perk


    T-Mobile recently added Apple Music to its list of streaming services under Music Freedom. For those of you who didnít know, Music Freedom is a park for the carrier subscribers that exclude certain services from counting against monthly data caps. To take advantage of the feature, customers must be subscribed to one of the companyís Simple Choice plans, which cost between $50 and $80 a month for individuals.

    For those of you who didnít know, Music Freedom originally debuted in June 2014 and has gradually expanded to cover several services such as Beatport, Pandora, Rdio, Spotify, Google Play Music, SoundCloud, SiriusXM and now Apple Music.

    T-Mobile also separately announced a deal where anyone buying an iPhone 6 for $15 can join its Jump! On Demand program where they will be able to upgrade to Appleís next-gen device for free after trading in their older model. It should be noted that this deal expires after Labor Day. Apple usually ends up hosting its iPhone events in early September, launching a new model later in the month.

    Are any of you T-Mobile users excited about Apple Music being added to the list of Music Freedom providers?

    Source: T-Mobile (Music Freedom)
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Music Added to T-Mobile's List of Streaming Services under its Music Freedom Perk started by Akshay Masand View original post
    Comments 6 Comments
    1. fleurya's Avatar
      fleurya -
      Dang, I assumed it was from day one since Apple's old streaming functions already were part of it.

      Oh well, I have their 2 line unlimited everything for $100 a month anyway.
    1. Nuff Said's Avatar
      Nuff Said -
      This is a huge selling point for me and I'm strongly considering switching over. Does the signal still suck? I left them years ago due to their weak service.
    1. Darkflame's Avatar
      Darkflame -
      Quote Originally Posted by Nuff Said View Post
      This is a huge selling point for me and I'm strongly considering switching over. Does the signal still suck? I left them years ago due to their weak service.
      Well for the record I have no signal so I can't say........But off the record:
    1. NSXrebel's Avatar
      NSXrebel -
      Quote Originally Posted by Nuff Said View Post
      This is a huge selling point for me and I'm strongly considering switching over. Does the signal still suck? I left them years ago due to their weak service.
      Depends on where you're at. I'm in So Cal, and I get great coverage from Santa Barbara down to Tijuana. On my way to Vegas last month, the signal has also improved a lot, had LTE coverage for long stretches of the desert on I-15. I'm also on the 2 line unlimited for $100 plus a 3rd line for $40 more.
    1. MoDaLoT's Avatar
      MoDaLoT -
      Quote Originally Posted by NSXrebel View Post
      Depends on where you're at. I'm in So Cal, and I get great coverage from Santa Barbara down to Tijuana. On my way to Vegas last month, the signal has also improved a lot, had LTE coverage for long stretches of the desert on I-15. I'm also on the 2 line unlimited for $100 plus a 3rd line for $40 more.
      I agree with that statement it depends on where you're at but overall it's a good service.
    1. hogcia's Avatar
      hogcia -
      I love t mobile!