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  • Research: T-Mobile’s ‘Binge On’ slows down the videos you pay for, too

    BostInno - 06/16/2016

    Well, T-Mobile CEO John Legere, it might be time to get back onto your video tweet responses: a group of Northeastern University researchers are releasing a research paper on Thursday that questions the mobile carrier’s “Binge On” program, which provides smartphone users with free data for certain video streaming services, though at slower download speeds.

    In fact, after conducting their own series of tests, the researchers suggest that T-Mobile’s Binge On doesn’t work as advertised and straight out says that it can negatively impact customers and even T-Mobile itself.

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