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  • Binge-watch beyond the home
  • Binge-watch beyond the home
    Luke Porter (2017) ©

Go Binge: limitless on-the-go streaming with Three

With just half an hour of mobile video eating up 5.25GB, the data demands of streaming music, movies and TV shows on-the-go can quickly add up. Three’s Go Binge plan gives customers unlimited streaming of content on Netflix and Deezer, without the worry of extra charges.

Location North America / Northern Europe

On any given weekend, it’s become all too easy to sink a whole day into a Netflix binge, takeaway in tow. But streaming is no longer confined to the bedroom; whether viewers are catching up on a TV series on the train, or listening to playlists while on a run, on-demand content has become an integral part of life. Mobile network Three aims to satisfy consumers’ insatiable appetites with its Go Binge plan, letting users access key streaming platforms without fretting over their data allowances.





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