T-Mobile introduced a program called Binge On in November that allows video services and users to reduce T-Mobile’s data charges by limiting streaming to a lower resolution that many
users find acceptable for watching most videos on their phone screen. T-Mobile was slowing the speed of video streams,
including services that did not participate in the Binge On
program. Since then T-Mobile has backed down. Christian Kleinerman explains.
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