In a move to make T-Mobile even more "disruptive", the fourth largest mobile carrier in the U.S. announced a few weeks ago that it has added six more services to it's Music Freedom program. The services go from the popular streaming sites Rdio, Songza and Grooveshark but also the smaller services like AccuRadio, Black Planet and Radio Paradise.
These services join the seven other apps that are opted in - Pandora, Spotify, iTunes Radio, iHeartMusic, Slacker, Rhapsody and Milk Music.
T-Mobile is now the front runner in mobile services that are starting to work with digital music providers. Earlier this year Beats Music teamed up with AT&T for free access to the DSP for 6 months and Spotify is now working with Sprint to have in carrier billing.
It will be interesting to see what the other carriers will be doing to compete with T-Mobile - if anything at all. Also it'll be interesting to see if the usage of these music apps goes up with the idea that there is no data cap usage.
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