T-Mobile adds ABC, Disney and others to Binge On as Legere jabs Verizon's Go90

"T-Mobile has come under fire from net neutrality advocates who claim that the technical requirements to join Binge On give an unfair edge to content providers who can afford to make their offerings compliant. Stanford law professor Barbara van Schewick published a paper earlier this year saying Binge On is "likely illegal" due in part to those requirements.

"Binge On allows some providers to join easily and creates lasting barriers for others, especially small players, non-commercial providers, and start-ups," she wrote. "As such, the program harms competition, user choice, free expression, and innovation.""