Customers love Binge On according to T-Mobile, John Legere, which had to go through a lot of trouble and ignore a lot of criticism to bring Binge On to the customers of the Magenta Company. The application was surrounded by controversy at first because it was thought it will slow down the devices and that the customers will not want to use it.
What is Binge On?
Binge On is a service provided by T-Mobile that allows users to stream videos at a high quality without consuming their mobile data from the respective month. For the moment, there are only a few providers that allow their videos to be streamed via the Binge On application, but as it grows in popularity, it will expand its services to other providers.
In the present moment, T-Mobile offers a selection of 40 streaming services through its Binge On data feature. Among the sites that can be streamed outside the mobile data services is Fox News, Amazon Video, WWE Network and Univision NOW.
Customers Love Binge On According to T-Mobile
It seems that the first estimates were wrong and the customers love Binge on according to T-Mobile and the latest survey. It seems that the data consumption of customers was substantially reduced after the release of the Binge On service. The data of the survey also shows that people are watching twice as many videos since the free service was made available to the general public.
The Binge On program has been used by T-Mobile paying customers to stream almost 34 petabytes of information in just a few months.
The CEO and president of the T-Mobile company declared that the Binge On was designed for the American customers that wanted better quality videos on their phones without being obligated to pay vast amounts of money for their phone bill every month.
The Binge On program is only available for T-Mobile customers that have a mobile plan that includes 3 gigabytes, or more, of high-speed internet data.
How easy is to toggle the program?
Customers love Binge On according to T-Mobile president, John Legere, but how easy is to toggle the program?
It seems that Magenta has taken this into consideration and it released some new, easy features that will help customers turn it on and on. After being tested by a selected few, the features are now available to the general public.
By only a press of some buttons, the Binge On customers will be able to enable and disable the program. The codes that allow them to do that are #266# (BON – Binge On) and #263# (BOF – Binge Off). They can also dial #264# (BNG) to check on their Binge On status.
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