T-Mobile is courting porn fans with its unlimited video streaming service

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Deviants on the go, it’s time to binge with confidence.

T-Mobile announced on Tuesday that it will allow subscribers to its network to stream video without it counting against their monthly data allotment. What kind of video? Why, porn of course.

OK, not just porn. But T-Mobile is open to it. While the primary attraction to the service, referred to as Binge On, is the big name, video streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO Go, T-Mobile CEO John Legere made it evident that he wasn’t interested in just appeasing fans of critically acclaimed dramas; he’s down with the smut, too.

When asked if porn sites would be included in Binge On, Legere reportedly said, “Yes, of course.” 

A spokesperson for T-Mobile confirmed as much, telling the Daily Dot, “When T-Mobile says Binge On is open to any video streaming service, it means any video streaming service.” 

Deviants on the go, it’s time to check and see if your contract with your current carrier is about to expire. Be warned, though: The catch to T-Mobile’s Binge On plan is that video streams in 480p. Without a strong smartphone, that’s basically the scrambled porno you’d sift through at your parents’ house as a teen.

No porn app is listed by T-Mobile as an available service on Binge On. We have reached out to several porn sites but have not received response.

Update 5:35pm CT, Nov. 10: Todd Glider, CEO, BaDoink told the Daily Dot he applauds the move via email:

“We at BaDoink applaud T-Mobile’s new service offering. Including adult entertainment in the Binge On program is a move that deserves admiration for its progressiveness – yet another fine example of the mainstreaming of adult entertainment as a whole. We will need to evaluate the opportunity before making any decisions, but are always looking for new partners to work with as we continue to grow.” 

H/T Nick Statt | Photo via Mike Mozart/Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

AJ Dellinger

AJ Dellinger

AJ Dellinger is a seasoned technology writer whose work has appeared in Digital Trends, International Business Times, and Newsweek. In 2018, he joined Gizmodo as the nights and weekend editor.