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Android Audio Weekly: T-Mobile’s Music Freedom Offer Now Covers 31 Music Streaming Services

March 27, 2015 - Written By Tom Dawson

If you’re a big music listener, then T-Mobile has to be the best network for you right now, of course, that is if their coverage suits your needs. Streaming music is great, it’s easier than ever to discover new music, to get that new album as soon as it becomes available, or just listen to whatever you want hassle free. You know what isn’t great though? Data overages and charges, those aren’t great at all. Regardless of whether or not you stream daily, a few times a week or just on the weekends, if you do it regularly you’re going to burn through quite a bit of data. That’s where T-Mobile’s Music Freedom comes in.

Putting arguments of net neutrality aside, Music Freedom is a nice offer from T-Mobile that doesn’t count a single byte of data used for streaming music towards your data cap. You can even stream at 4G speeds as well, which is perfect as they’ve just added the Jay-Z owned TIDAL streaming service to the mix, bringing the total number to 31. TIDAL is unique in that it streams lossless quality music, giving the full CD-quality version of millions and millions of tracks. In a previous Android Audio Weekly, we took a close look at the service, and I myself am a big fan.

T-Mobile’s Music Freedom service is great for those tired of downloading an album from Google Play to listen to on the move to save data, and it’s great for big listeners all round. To me, it brings back echoes of the humble radio. After all, your FM radio doesn’t care what you’re listening to or how much you listen to it, so it’s nice to see the same sort of thing being applied to how the majority of us now consume music.

The full list of services now offered by T-Mobile is pretty exhaustive, and it includes Google Play Music, Samsung’s Milk Music, iHeart, Spotify, Slacker, Pandora and a whole lot more. Simply put, if you’re looking for a change, and streaming music is important to you, then T-Mobile is one of the best networks to consider. For those interested, the full list of services is listed below and you can find out more from the source link below.

  • Pandora
  • iHeartRadio
  • iTunes Radio
  • Rhapsody
  • Spotify
  • Slacker
  • Milk Music
  • Black Planet
  • Songza
  • Rdio
  • Radio Paradise
  • AccuRadio
  • SoundCloud
  • Saavn
  • Digitally Imported
  • JAZZRADIO.com
  • ROCKRADIO.com
  • RadioTunes
  • radioPup
  • radio.com
  • Mad Genius Radio
  • Xbox Music
  • Live365
  • Fresca Radio
  • Google Music
  • Fit Radio
  • SiriusXM
  • Tidal Music
  • MixRadio
  • BandCamp