Last fall T-Mobile introduced its Binge On feature that allows subscribers to watch unlimited video from select services over their network, and today the carrier has expanded Binge On to include video content from Apple Music. This means T-Mobile customers can watch music videos or other video content through Apple Music without worrying about hitting a data cap. The carrier already supported unlimited audio streaming through Apple Music through its Music Freedom program.

Apple Music has a huge catalog of music videos from a variety of artists as well as longer form content like Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour film, and more content including an original series starring Dr. Dre is likely on the way.

T-Mobile’s Binge On program launched with some big name partners including Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and Sling, and today’s expansion also includes video from ABC, Disney, DISH, FOX, and Nat Geo. Lesser known providers include “CEEK VR, D-PAN.TV – the sign language channel, DramaFever, Shalom World and others” as of today.

Aside from Apple Music video content, T-Mobile’s Binge On feature also supports video content from other streaming music providers including Google Play Music, Spotify, Tidal, and YouTube Music.

Apple Music is available in the US from $9.99/month per user or $14.99/month for up to six users. T-Mobile’s Binge On feature is available on Simple Choice plans.

See T-Mobile CEO John Legere announce the new Binge On channels below:

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