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November 11, 2015

Evil Angel Offers T-Mobile Partnership on Streaming Porn

VAN NUYS, Calif.—By all indications, the press conference called by T-Mobile CEO John Legere was nothing out of the ordinary. Legere was announcing a new service T-Mobile was about to offer to its customers called Binge On, a video streaming swervice which is a close relative of the music streaming service, Music Freedom, that the company already has in place. The kicker is that those who subscribe to Binge On will be able to stream videos on their mobile devices without having all those gigabytes be deducted from the customer's allotted data plan. And then, one reporter asked the bombshell question: "And you'll accept porn companies into this program?" Legere's reported response? "Yes, our free video streaming offer is open to any porn sites that want to join." Cue Adam Grayson, CFO of Evil Angel. "T-Mobile announced this Binge On program yesterday," Grayson recounted, "and that the premise from the customer angle as I see it is, they're not counting certain video providers towards your [data] threshold on your bill, I assume to attract video-heavy users to the platform, and John Legere, who's their CEO, who we can politely call an outside-of-the-box thinker—I think he's a real interesting guy—essentially said that he'd be willing to have adult companies stream on the service as well. "So we figured, hey, what the hell; we should be the guinea pig," he continued, "so we, via our partners at Gamma Entertainment, followed the protocols that were laid out to opt into this program. As of this moment, I haven't heard anything back, but we're gonna see; we're gonna see how genuine their openness is for us to get into the program, because they have 61 million customers in the U.S. and we'd be happy to be associated with them." Being part of Binge On would be a real coup for Evil Angel, since so many mobile platforms either ban adult content outright (we're looking at you, Google Play and Apple) or relegate (Android) porn content apps to mainstream tech outsiders—but as a recent article on PCMag.com notes, "Evil Angel is a veteran porn operation, having been founded in 1989 by early 'gonzo' pornographer John Stagliano. They're a major, well-established firm." Legere even had a few words for those who would give T-Mobile a ration of shit for allowing Binge On to stream porn: "Let me go through their surfing history for the last two years and check their cleanliness." Binge On will be available to new customers as of this Sunday, November 15, and will add in existing Simple Choice customers on the 19th. Streamers initially available will include Netflix, HBO Now, HBO GO, Hulu, Sling TV, WatchESPN, Showtime, Starz, and several more—and we certainly expect major adult streamers to seek access to the service as well. But at least as of this morning, Grayson hadn't heard back regarding T-Mobile's acceptance of the offer. "It was the Gamma folks who reached out to them, so it wouldn't come directly back to me, but as of this minute, I haven't heard anything if they've replied," he told AVN. Pictured: T-Mobile's John Legere.

 
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