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My 2 Cents Youtube Joins T-mobile's “binge On” Program To Help Customers Save Data

Discussion in 'Other Social Networks' started by sunshine, Mar 18, 2016.

  1. sunshine

    Yellow Belt

    Mar 11, 2012
    +128 / -0
    YouTube has a final point and decided to join T-Mobile's Binge On program. T-Mobile CEO John Legere have declared yesterday that the video site has been included to its list of companies that are present in the program, which means people will be able to stream movie and television services from YouTube without using entire their high-speed data allocation.
    By streaming video content at a lower resolution, T-Mobile is capable to edge its data charges to help its users save their data.
    Moreover, Google was worried that T-Mobile was slow down the tempo of video streams which is called throtlling, including services that didn’t attend in the Binge On program. They believed it could depressingly affect the YouTube screening experience.

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