girl with headphonesAre you a T-Mobile subscriber? Do you love electronic music? If so, we have some great news for you: Digitally Imported has been added to the mobile company’s Music Freedom plan, meaning its 53 million users can stream all of the electronic music they want from their T-Mobile devices without it counting against their data plan.

Digitally Imported bills itself as “the premier online radio destination for electronic music fans around the world,” touting 80 curated channels representing pretty much every genre you can imagine, from electro-swing to trance and deep house.

Digitally Imported’s PR team provided more details in a press release today:

Since the launch of Music Freedom, the average number of T-Mobile customers listening to streaming music each day on their devices has [increased] nearly 300%. Digitally Imported expects to see an increase in user activity through this partnership, as 90% of its users access the platform through mobile devices.

Beginning in 2015, Digitally Imported will build on its highly successful radio platform by rolling out new interactive and retail features, making Digitally Imported the first electronic music platform to integrate streaming radio, on-demand listening and track purchasing under a single brand. As these new features are introduced, users will enjoy the benefits of the Music Freedom program while accessing an enhanced electronic music experience that seamlessly links all three of the key modes of music consumption on the Digitally Imported platform.

The online radio station joins veterans of the free streaming program like Pandora, iHeartRadio, and Songza, and 13 other newcomers, including SoundCloud, Xbox, and Google Play Music.

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