Simply activate Metro’s $40 plan. Music Unlimited is included in the $40 plan at no extra charge. Stream as much music as you want to your smartphone from top streaming services including Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Music, Napster, Slacker and Spotify – and it doesn’t count against your 4G LTE data plan.
What is MUSIC UNLIMITED? Metro™ by T-Mobile makes music free. Stream as much music as you want on your smartphone from top streaming services like Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Music, Napster, Slacker and Spotify – and it won’t affect your 4G LTE Data plan charged. Data charges do not apply!
Music Freedom is activated automatically if you have a qualifying plan – you don’t have to do anything! However, we have a few tips on how to avoid using data: Use the specific music streaming app on your device. Do not stream to devices with mobile hotspot or tethering.
All three offer limitless music, so you can stream Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRADIO, Slacker Radio, Napster and 8Tracks completely data-free.
Prime members can join Amazon Music Unlimited for just $8.99/month for a monthly subscription or $79/year for an annual subscription. Non-Prime customers pay $9.99/month.
Open the Apple Music app on your iPhone or iPad and sign in with your Apple ID. If the offer doesn’t appear immediately after launching the app, go to the Listen Now tab where it appears. Tap Get 6 months free.
For a $60/month line, customers get unlimited LTE data (reduced to 35GB, 480p streaming only), 15GB LTE mobile hotspot, the 100GB tier of Google cloud storage One and Amazon Prime, which unlocks free express shipping options, Prime Video, Prime Music, unlimited storage on Amazon Photos and discounts on Whole…
T-Mobile Free Streaming
Apple TV+: New and existing T-Mobile and Sprint customers with Magenta and Magenta MAX plans (including segment plans such as 55+, Military and first responders) can get Apple TV+ free for one year (limited time offer).
Share All sharing options for: T-Mobile customers get access to a better version of Pandora, free. T-Mobile has announced a new benefit for its customers: one year’s access to a version of Pandora with ad-free channels on weekends, along with a few other benefits, at no additional cost.
Re: Usage data when listening to Play Music? Yes and no. Every time you open the app and something is uncached (undownloaded things while spinning) it eats data. If you only play what you downloaded, no data will be used.
A full hour of music streaming can consume up to 150MB of data. That means a single hour of streaming per day just for streaming music can result in over 6GB of data usage.
But now you can listen across iOS and Android devices, as well as Fire TV accounts. To stream music for free on Amazon, all you have to do is go to music.amazon.com or use the Amazon Music app. No membership payment required.
Amazon offers two streaming options: Prime Music and Music Unlimited. Amazon Prime Music is free and included with Prime memberships, while Amazon Music Unlimited is a premium service that costs $7.99 per month for existing Prime members (or $9.99 per month for those who are not Prime members).
Spotify Premium costs $9.99 per month for the ad-free service and access to its music library. The Hulu limited ads service costs $7.99 per month. The new option is currently only available to users who pay for Spotify Premium, although Hulu has said it will bring it to everyone sometime this summer.
Apple Music offers a free 3-month trial for most new users. After that, here are the main pricing options: $9.99/month or $99/year for individuals.