T-Mobile’s Binge On program was launched about eight months ago and the carrier has rapidly scaled it up. It announced today that more than 100 video providers now support Binge On, enabling the carrier’s customers to stream video from them without ever having it count against their monthly data allowance. The list of supported services has quadrupled over the eight months since Binge On was launched.

T-Mobile also revealed today that so far its customers have streamed more than 765 million hours of video from these supported services without having to worry about their data limits. This amounts to a whopping 87,000 years of back-to-back non-stop watching.

Magenta provides Binge On for free to customers and it’s also free for providers that want to sign up and support the program. Many providers say that technical requirements for joining the program are simple so it’s not really that much of a hassle for them to jump onboard.

The full list of the over 100 content providers supported on Binge On is up on T-Mobile’s website. Some big names are joining the program today including but not limited to several Disney channels, FOX NOW, FXNOW, Shalom World, ABC, DramaFever and many more. Expect T-Mobile to add more providers to the list down the line.

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