IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR T-MOBILE - T-Mobile CEO John Legere introduces Binge On during the Un-carrier X press conference at the Shrine Auditorium on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Los Angeles. Binge On allows T-Mobile customers to stream video for free without using their LTE data. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/AP Images for T-Mobile)
T-Mobile has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately. Earlier this week, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) found that the carrier’s Binge On subsidized mobile video streaming service throttled all video content, when it was advertised as optimizing streams from partners. After CEO John Legere chastised the EFF for questioning his company’s tactics, T-Mobile lost a Binge On partner that sided with the non-profit., operated by Slidefuse said on Friday it no longer wanted to participate in the program: A notice we’re sending today. #WeAreEFF — Slidefuse (@slidefuse) January 8, 2016 The text, signed by…

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