In November, T-Mobile introduced a new ‘Binge on’ service that zero rates video streaming from participating services so customers can watch as much Netflix as they please — provided they’re ok with a lower video quality. Binge On, which is enabled by default for all customers, signed up Netflix, Hulu, and HBO at launch. YouTube has taken issue with the service as it also throttles its own videos, even though it doesn’t participate in the program and customers likely aren’t aware it’s happening. T-Mobile has tried to downplay concerns this week by saying that its “optimizing” YouTube, rather than “throttling” the service and that…

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