Just a day after announcing the expansion of its Binge On program, T-Mobile may need to consider rolling it back. According to a Stanford University study, the contentious perk for certain Un-carrier subscribers is "likely illegal."
Today, the self-proclaimed Un-carrier T-Mobile added Amazon Video, Fox News, Univision Now, and the WWE Network to its ever-expanding list of "free" streaming services included in the controversial Binge On program.
On Wednesday, T-Mobile launched its Half-Off Smartphone Event that allows both new and existing T-Mobile Simple Choice customers to buy all Samsung, LG, and other smartphones for 50 percent off when they buy another device.
T-Mobile has posted instructions for a drinking game to play during Verizon's upcoming earnings call. It involves, as you might expect, a bit of binging. Every time Verizon says "millennials" or another buzzword, you've got to drink.
Sprint recently extended its 'Biggest Deal in U.S. Wireless History', but MetroPCS is spoiling the fun with its own family deal for Sprint customers, and is even throwing in a free 4G LTE for customers that switch.
Previously you had to log on to T-Mobile's website to toggle Binge On, the service that lets you stream videos without having it count toward your data pool. Now, there are a few short codes you can dial on your smartphone to quickly turn…