MiKandi Joins T-Mobile's 'Binge On' Free Video Streaming Service
LOS ANGELES — T-Mobile has announced the latest list of companies taking part in its “Binge On” free streaming service — a list that includes the debut of MiKandi as the first adult company allowed into this exclusive club of content providers, which includes mainstream heavy-hitters such as ESPN, HBO, Hulu, Netflix, YouTube and more.
According to MiKandi co-founder Jennifer McEwen, T-Mobile is well-known for shaking things up, with initiatives such as putting an end to annual contracts and overage fees to unleashing the power of Wi-Fi, and allowing customers to stream all of the movies, TV and sports they want without using their data through the Binge On program.
“We like to shake things up, too,” McEwen explains. “From creating the world’s first and largest adult app store, to making Google Glass sexy, we’re all about pushing technology forward [through] the most fun way we know — with naked people.”
McEwen says that when it learned of Binge On and T-Mobile’s promise to keep it open to anyone who can meet the technical requirements, MiKandi knew it wanted to participate.
“T-Mobile has stayed true to their word, including MiKandi as the first adult company in its growing list of Binge On video providers,” McEwen says. “We’re pleased to announce that starting today, MiKandi Theater subscribers on T-Mobile can enjoy free unlimited streaming of their favorite adult videos without burning through their high-speed data.”
MiKandi Theater is a one-stop adult video destination for mobile users, allowing subscribers to enjoy unlimited views of all Theater channels, plus 1000 Gold credits to spend on apps, games, and comics for $19.95 per month. To celebrate today’s announcement, for a limited time, the company is offering an additional 500 Gold credits to new Mint subscribers.
“When mainstream tech companies announce new platforms it tends to be another way to censor your online experience,” shared MiKandi CEO Jesse Adams. “This was not the case with T-Mobile’s Binge On.”
“As the first adult company to join the program, we were openly embraced and supported by their integration team, which makes them light years ahead of most tech giants in acknowledging what their customers really want,” Adams added. “T-Mobile is treating adults like adults and we hope that other tech companies follow in their footsteps.”
With Binge On, MiKandi Theater subscribers can watch adult videos by studios such as Smash Pictures, CKE18, Cherry Media, Pure XXX, and more.