You'd expect T-Mobile's 10th Uncarrier announcement to be a huge one, and according to @evleaks, that's exactly what we're in for. The reliable leakster claims that the next big perk for T-Mobile customers will allow them to stream video from apps like Netflix and HBO without having it count against their data plan. The company's "Music Freedom" already does this for popular music services like Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play Music, and Soundcloud. So it wouldn't be surprising to see T-Mobile call this "Video Freedom" at its Uncarrier X event scheduled for November 10th.
HBO and Netflix are the only services mentioned, so it'll be interesting to see just how far T-Mobile goes and whether other major video sources like YouTube, Hulu, and Vevo will be included. If so, you start to wonder exactly how or even if the company's customers will ever burn through an entire month's worth of data again. What's left at this point, aside from regular old web browsing and email? It's unlikely you'll see many T-Mobile subscribers complaining, but Video Freedom would stir the same complaints about T-Mobile's complete disregard for net neutrality that surfaced when Music Freedom was announced.
T-Mobile's Uncarrier 10 to offer unlimited high speed data for watching select streaming video services like Netflix, HBO, etc.— Evan Blass (@evleaks) October 29, 2015