Music Unlimited FAQs
Metro® by T-Mobile is setting music free. Stream as much music as you want on your smartphone from top streaming services, including Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Music, Napster, Slacker, and Spotify - and it won’t count towards your 4G LTE data plan. Data charges do not apply!
It couldn’t be easier! Just activate on Metro's $40 rate plan. Music Unlimited is included in the $40 rate plan at no extra charge. Stream as much music as you want on your smartphone from top streaming services, including Pandora, iHeartRadio, Apple Music, Napster, Slacker, and Spotify - and it won’t count towards your 4G LTE data plan.
New and existing customers who activate on Metro’s $40 rate plan.
Absolutely! Any lawful and licensed streaming music service can work with us for inclusion in this offer, which is designed to benefit our customers.
I want to know if my favorite application is eligible to be added, how do you define 'Streaming Music Services'?
Commercial music streaming services provide licensed content from various sources. Sources may include some or all of the following platforms: platforms serving digital rights management-restricted content from record labels, aggregated live radio platforms, or other commercial platforms offering streaming music content.
Excluded services include but are not limited to:
· Music streaming sources from private or unlicensed sources.
· Video content
This offer is available for audio streaming only. Other content types, including video streaming, from any application is excluded from this offer.
Music Unlimited provides unlimited music streaming on your device while on our network. Streaming music via a Smartphone Mobile Hotspot (tethering) will count against your 4G LTE data and is not covered by this offer.
If you have Mexico or Canada Unlimited on your plan the music streaming services that are part of Music Unlimited do not count against your data allotment while traveling in Mexico or Canada. International availability of streaming services does vary, so make sure to check with your streaming service provider before you go.