T-Mobile US Inc (NYSE:TMUS) has come up with wonderful news for all the music lovers that will certainly make all its customers more than happy and also help add more customers and make its position even stronger among the competitors. At Un-carrier event was conducted by the company, where the CEO John Legere made an announcement that unlimited free music streaming will be made available to all the customers from top services in the market of which iTunes Radio, Slacker, iHeart Radio, Milk, Pandora, Rhapsody and Spotify are a part and one big name soon to be added to the list is that of Beatport.
Also, the company has given the option to people to choose other service they want to add next, through casting their votes at Music Freedom.
No more worry
unRadio is a new service that has been created by the company with Rhapsody as a partner, and this too was announced at this event. This is an ad free service and the users can choaose from a portfolio of over 20 million songs. Few attractive features highly desired by the users are also available including ‘replays’ and ‘unlimited skipping’. The company will soon make available the app that can be downloaded from any app store and the monthly charges have been fixed at $4 only.
All the plans from T-Mobile US Inc (NYSE:TMUS) come with an offer of unlimited data, but the speed was a constraint for the low-tier plans that came with a maximum of 2G speed. The problem was that when the users tried to stream a lot of music, then it did not take much time for 500MB to run out. But this problem has now been sorted by the company with the offering of free streaming of unlimited music to all customers, who are on the network of T-Mobile.
“We want people to enjoy their music worry-free – the way it’s meant to be,” T-Mobile US Inc (NYSE:TMUS) Chief Marketing Officer Mike Sievert said in a statement.
Music service offer big potential
The international trade group of the music industry, IFPI, had made an announcement that for the first time in the last year it has happened that the mark of $1 billion was crossed by the revenues generated from the music subscription services globally. In a poll conducted by CivicScience, it was revealed that of all the people, who use the mobile phones, 37% try not to use their phones for streaming the music. Using up all the data and running into overages is a fear that keeps away the majority of users.