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Verizon now offers its customers unlimited video streaming over LTE with go90

Verizon Wireless has annoucned that it all of its post-paid customers can now watch video over LTE from the carrier's go90 streaming service without using up their data pool. This offer is part of go90's participation in Verizon's FreeBee{.nofollow} sponsored data program.

This agreement encompasses all of go90's video content, which includes both on-demand and live programming. To take advantage of this offer, customers will need the latest version of the go90 app.

Verizon introduced go90 back in October as a free, ad-supported video service. You can watch whole TV episodes and clips from partners like Comedy Central and Discover, along with live programming like sports and concerts. While go90 is available for anyone, whether or not they're a Verizon customer, note that this new offer only applies to Verizon Wireless subscribers.

Source: Verizon Wireless

27 Comments
  • I knew it Posted via the Android Central App
  • How could this be bad? Choices are always good
  • Yep. People beyotch just to beyotch Posted via the Android Central App
  • Anybody use this app? Anything good to stream?
  • Only thing I found after downloading it tonight was my cousins husband is on the headline. Lol... The Unipiper. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Net neutrality now please Posted via the Android Central App
  • This has nothing to do with net neutrality..... Net neutrality was created to control content, but the government sold it to consumers as something completely different. What a shock eh! Posted via the Android Central App
  • How does this not have to do with net neutrality.
    Basically Verizon is saying use our video content "feeder" and it won't cost you the consumer any data but if you use Youtube you'll need to pay us more money.
    I don't know how or where the videos from or what Verizon does behind the scenes but this sets Verizon to charges content creators. I don't like it and hope it gets shut down and we all go back to good ol' unlimited data.
  • Why so you can share unlimited data with a country full of people who will want to stream Netflix in 4k of their smart phone and clog up the network so bad that we would think dialup was fast? Of course Verizon could add more capacity to the network for a hike in your phone bill, say oh $190 a month for unlimited data on a single line. That sounds fare considering its $80 month for good cable/DSL internet on a single line. Posted via the Android Central App on the Sony Xperia Z3 Compact
  • It had nothing to with content, so you must have misunderstood it. VZW Moto X DE/N7
  • Nope, I know what it is....china, the Thai government does the same thing.... Its to control content. Not everything the government does is in your best interest. This is another example. Dont fall for the brainwashing. This is the same rhetoric from the Bernie crowd. Its not fair....welcome to life as an adult Posted via the Android Central App
  • Idiot troll.
  • To bad the app and content are bad... Nice try Verizon. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Same thing as the T-Mobile binge on fiasco. I don't see this going well. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Worse actually.
  • Just checked this thing out. Not completely worthless, but it'll have to do much better content-wise if they expect it to take off. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Welcome to the end of net neutrality Posted via the Android Central App
  • But,but, it creates too much congestion. I wonder if illiterate people get the full effect of alphabet soup
  • Net neutrality was stupid anyway. More government intervention when it is less that is needed. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Philosopher , you are right. The internet was free before this crap. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Hope they don't reduce quality like T-Mo does.
  • Contacted Verizon and they said that it DOES use your data After more research it appears that the first 30 seconds of video or 30 minutes of audio
  • This is not good. Posted via the Android Central App on the Moto X Pure Edition
  • Postpaid customers only. :-( Posted via the Android Central App
  • Be nice to have some data free YouTube... Posted via the Android Central App
  • Tried it out today. It definitely uses data on Verizon post paid account. Watched a few videos, went to my Verizon and it said no data used on freebee data. Hmmmm. Posted via the Android Central App
  • How is the content or the programming? Anything good on there to begin with Posted via the Android Central App on my Frost Nexus 6P