CNET News – T-Mobile shows off new UnRadio music service

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During a press event in Seattle, T-Mobile unveiled plans to allow streaming on six popular music services without the data counting against a user's data limit. The company also announced a new service, in partnership with Rhapsody, called UnRadio.

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During a press event in Seattle, T-Mobile unveiled plans to allow streaming on six popular music services without the data counting against a user's data limit. The company also announced a new service, in partnership with Rhapsody, called UnRadio.

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  1. They keep saying they’re working for their customers and doing everything
    “because they can.” So why do they slow you down when you use too much
    data?

  2. It’s not working for me. I have unlimited and it keeps asking me to pay for
    the service that I should get free

  3. Folks,

    READ this:

    “Streaming music is awesome—until your streaming app limits your skips and
    makes you listen to ads. T-Mobile and Rhapsody have teamed up to give you
    something far better: unRadio.
    Listen to your favorite songs as much as you want, online and offline.

    Unlimited streaming of millions of songs with unlimited skips, and no ads.

    Rhapsody unRadio is included for T-Mobile customers with our “NEWEST”
    Unlimited 4G LTE plans, ($30 DATA feature ONLY, “NOT” the $20 Grandfathered
    Truly Unlimited data plan), and only $4 a month for all other plans.
    Make your music streaming awesome again. And keep it that way.”

    Is it CLEAR now to you?

    Have a great weekend

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