• SOURCE: T-Mobile USA, Inc.

Binge On Mobile Video Without Breaking The Bank

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ANCHOR LEAD: More and more, Americans are burning through their mobile data watching videos on the go. In fact, watching video is now the No.1 way we use mobile data… and it's forecast to surge another 600% by 2020. So what's the price of all that video entertainment? Brian Osuch finds there is a way to binge without breaking the bank. (:60)

SCRIPT: Consumer Focus, I'm Brian Osuch. Watching video on your smartphone is the No.1 surest way to burn through your data plan. And Americans are fast increasing how much video they're watching on the go. To get ahead of this megatrend toward mobile viewing − T-Mobile is unleashing video. T-Mobile's Andrew Sherrard…

CUT: (Sherrard) As the Un-carrier, we're always looking for ways to answer customer needs and change wireless for the better. And we know our customers love video. So, now with Binge On, video from many of the most popular services − like Netflix, HBO, Showtime and Hulu − they stream free on T-Mobile without burning through your 4G LTE data.

SCRIPT: Sherrard says the carriers use scare tactics to get customers to buy more data than they really need.

CUT: (Sherrard) So most people buy too much, and the carriers snatch back their unused data and pocket the balance. At T-Mobile, we've completely eliminated overages for our customers. And we let them stream all the music − and now all the video − they want on many of the most popular streaming services − at absolutely no extra cost.

SCRIPT: For more, go to T-Mobile.com. That's Consumer Focus from T-Mobile. I'm Brian Osuch
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ANCHOR LEAD: More and more, Americans are burning through their mobile data watching videos on the go. In fact, watching video is now the No.1 way we use mobile data… and it's forecast to surge another 600% by 2020. So what's the price of all that video entertainment? Brian Osuch finds there is a way to binge without breaking the bank. (:60)<br><br>SCRIPT: Consumer Focus, I'm Brian Osuch. Watching video on your smartphone is the No.1 surest way to burn through your data plan. And Americans are fast increasing how much video they're watching on the go. To get ahead of this megatrend toward mobile viewing − T-Mobile is unleashing video. T-Mobile's Andrew Sherrard…<br><br>CUT: (Sherrard) As the Un-carrier, we're always looking for ways to answer customer needs and change wireless for the better. And we know our customers love video. So, now with Binge On, video from many of the most popular services − like Netflix, HBO, Showtime and Hulu − they stream free on T-Mobile without burning through your 4G LTE data.<br><br> SCRIPT: Sherrard says the carriers use scare tactics to get customers to buy more data than they really need.<br><br> CUT: (Sherrard) So most people buy too much, and the carriers snatch back their unused data and pocket the balance. At T-Mobile, we've completely eliminated overages for our customers. And we let them stream all the music − and now all the video − they want on many of the most popular streaming services − at absolutely no extra cost.<br><br> SCRIPT: For more, go to T-Mobile.com. That's Consumer Focus from T-Mobile. I'm Brian Osuch
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