T-Mobile Binge On App Allows Sling TV Unlimited Streaming

t-mobile binge onWorried about data caps? Sling TV and T-Mobile have come to an agreement that allows users to stream Sling TV with unlimited data on their mobile devices…without affecting their data limits. The agreement, using the T-Mobile Binge On app, launches on Sunday, November 15, 2015. 

Are you a T-Mobile customer who hasn’t yet signed up for Sling TV? If you have a qualifying Simple Choice plan, you can get 30% off of Sling TV’s basic package for 12 months. At a monthly rate of $14, T-Mobile customers get a savings of $6 per month (reg. price $20 per month). You can take advantage of this deal here.

 

How T-Mobile Binge On App Works

As an existing T-Mobile customer on a qualifying plan, you’ll automatically join the Binge On plan– with no work needed on your end. You can then sign up for Sling TV at the discounted rate. You can receive more information on T-Mobile’s Binge On page here, or simply call (877) 258-5573 now.

Sling TV is joining Netflix, HBO Now, Hulu, WatchESPN, and many more content providers on the Binge On app, which allows unlimited streaming with no data cap or overage charges.

 

What is Sling TV?

Sling TV is a new streaming service that allows viewers to stream live cable TV channels over their internet connection without an expensive cable contract. Channels like ESPN, HGTV, AMC, and more are available for $20 per month, and you can cancel at any time. For more information, read the entire Sling TV review here.

 

Down with Data Caps

T-Mobile is certainly using the recent data cap controversy as a way to make a name for themselves. While companies like Comcast are seeking to deter cord cutting with data caps and overage fees, T-Mobile is basically setting themselves up as an internet streaming alternative. It’s a brash move that could cause T-Mobile to reap endless rewards. It’ll be interesting to see what happens next in the data cap saga.

 

Planning on trying out Sling TV and the T-Mobile Binge On app? Tell us about your experience in the replies.

 

 

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