Keith I Myers – 2015-11-10 15:24:17-0500 – Updated: 2015-11-10 15:24:17-0500Ok… so after looking at all of the details of the new #BingeOn announcement, I have only been able to find a few bad things
-Only available while on US Networks, so once you leave the US, the BingeOn services will essentially be suspended.
-No Google Play Movie Support (Damn)
-No YouTube support (yet) however John Legere says they are in talks with Google/YouTube.
Overall, none of these flaws are deal breakersShared with: Public, Eli Gukovsky, George Byers, Randy Arrowood+1’d by: Kevin WuRandy Arrowood – 2015-11-10 15:26:25-0500480p seems like a huge non-pro to me. Keith I Myers – 2015-11-10 15:27:08-0500 – Updated: 2015-11-10 15:27:49-0500+Randy Arrowood huh? I missed that. John Legere specifically said that you can stream up to 1080p in the video feed. May need to re-watch it to confirm but I am sure thats what I heardRandy Arrowood – 2015-11-10 15:27:51-0500I didn’t see his video, I looked at the fine print,George Byers – 2015-11-10 15:27:53-0500Alternative stop violating net neutrality and make everything unlimited… £20 can buy you that in the UK 🙂 Keith I Myers – 2015-11-10 15:29:45-0500+George Byers – While I wish we had European style plans, Technically it does not violate Net Neutrality as this is not “*paid* prioritization”. It is free for both the customers and companies who want to opt in. Keith I Myers – 2015-11-10 15:34:34-0500+Randy Arrowood – Ok, after listening to the talks at the end, it seems you are correct. 480 is a bit weak. 720p would have been niceEli Gukovsky – 2015-11-10 20:51:41-0500No YouTube is a deal breakerKeith I Myers – 2015-11-10 20:56:43-0500+Eli Gukovsky – While YouTube does account for over 40% of my monthly data usage, I do agree that it is something I would like to see but I have unlimited data anyways. T-Mobile essentially said that YouTube support could happen.