T-Mobile has been aggressively ramping up the perks it offers its customers. The No. 3 cellphone company, which is among the most customer-focused communications companies out there, recently rolled out unlimited streaming TV and movies, for instance.
T-Mobile also launched free roaming throughout North America, and a low-cost, high-storage capacity family plan as part of its Simple Choice Plan. Plus, it has a low-cost plan so people can upgrade to Apple's newest iPhone, the 6s and 6s Plus.
Now, T-Mobile is making an already quite-cool music streaming service quite a bit better. Its Music Freedom plan allows Simple Choice customers using its LTE network to stream an unlimited amount of music, without it counting against your data plan. The plan was first introduced last year when it originally offered 7 streaming services.
Music Freedom has added 11 streaming, including SomaFM, Spinrilla, Aud.io, and TuneIn Premium, bringing its total to 44 music streaming services. T-Mobile says these represent 95% of all the streaming music that people listen to.
Music Freedom has been quite successful, so this upgrade is likely to make music fans happy. Already, T-Mobile customers are streaming 196 million songs every day. T-Mobile estimates those songs would cost $2.2 billion on another cellphone provider.