Subscribers with unlimited data plans will see their bills rise after November 15.
After raising rates last year, the streaming-video service ups the price of its "standard" option in the US. But current members won't see a higher bill for a year.
Jimmy Iovine, a top figure at Apple's subscription service, says Apple Music doesn't want to build a business on the backs of artists, even at the expense of hundreds of millions of listeners.
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But the nation's largest wireless did post a profit for the second quarter and phone subscriber growth that topped expectations.
The online video services hopes the iconic sitcom will bring in more subscribers, especially among the younger crowd.
The free service allows anyone to track down shows and movies available from video-streaming services and broadcast TV, while subscribers can do much more.
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A hack of Experian, the company that handles credit checks for the wireless carrier, results in the loss of T-Mobile customers' Social Security numbers, birth dates and names.
The television-streaming site's members are up 50 percent since last year, CEO Mike Hopkins said, with each subscriber watching more video on average.