As with Binge On, T-Mobile opened Music Freedom to all music streaming services when it launched in 2014. Today the program has grown from 7 to 40 providers but still only includes a fraction of the more than 2,000 licensed online radio streaming services in the US. Some smaller services had to wait 1½ years to be included; some never heard back from T-Mobile at all. In the past 3 months alone, Twitter users have asked T-Mobile to add at least 109 music streaming providers that are not yet part of the program. The program has created lasting barriers for small players, non-commercial providers, and start-ups.

T-Mobile's Binge On Violates Key Net Neutrality Principles
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