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Coming soon? Unlimited Netflix on 4G

Coming soon? Unlimited Netflix on 4G
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T-Mobile is changing the way we look at our data. First, the carrier offered Music Freedom, which lets users stream an unlimited amount of music from services like Spotify and Google Play Music, meaning you can stream hours upon hours of music and it won't count against your data plan.

Now, T-Mobile could be offering a nearly identical plan, tentatively being called BingeOn, that will allow free video streaming that also won't count against your data plan. That means unlimited Netflix, HBO Go, Hulu, and Amazon Instant Video, so BingeOn seems like the perfect name.

This news is still just a rumor and the information was leaked onto Twitter, but BingeOn is expected to be announced on November 10, during its UnCarrier X event. Stay tuned to Komando.com's Happening Now page for all the latest on this story as it breaks.

In the meantime, all we can do is speculate. John Legere, T-Mobile's CEO, responded to the leaked tweets and gave us plenty to think about.

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They read:

John Legere ‏@JohnLegere Oct 29
Well it's that time again. We put out an #UnCarrier invite and the "leaks" and "guesses" start flying. Keep trying ;-))

Evan Blass ‏@evleaks Oct 29
@JohnLegere Is it called BingeOn, by any chance, compatible with Netflix, HBO, Hulu, and Sling (all of whom will offer discounts)?

John Legere ‏@JohnLegere Oct 29
@evleaks When evleaks is paying attention to uncarrier moves, you know we've made it. Want an invite to see if your sleuthing paid off? ;)

Evan Blass ‏@evleaks Oct 30
.@JohnLegere Ha, thanks John, you're a good sport.

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