Blatantly missing from the roster of streaming music services that won't touch T-Mobile's data cap is Google Play Music, for one. Or maybe Songza, for another. But TMo CEO John Legere and CTO Neville Ray were pretty clear in the follow-up Q&A that it's entirely possible we'll see more services added in the future. Responding to a question from Myriam Joire, Ray said "It's feasible. It's possible."
Legere went a little bit further, saying "I would have no problem with that. ... We have every intent of moving every streaming service that people use over to this."
And to that end, T-Mobile is asking folks to suggest future streaming services that we'd like to see added. You can submit your favorite here.
The streaming services currently supported are:
- iTunes Radio
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