T-Mobile CEO John Legere got straight to the hard sell introducing the company’s Uncarrier X event today. Yes, the rumors are true, T-Mobile customers will now be able to binge-watch video for free from more than half-a-dozen streaming services starting on November 15.

And unlike those tech snobs who think they can win you over with U2 albums, or talking about you can finally catch up on Game of Thrones, Legere is reaching out to a different sort of enthusiast: The ones who like to watch the porn. That is to say, many of us.

“If you are on your phone and you’re surfing porn, you’re going to pay overages,” Legere told the assembled audience at the event in Los Angeles. But not T-Mobile.

Legere said T-Mobile’s “Binge On” plan (which allows users to stream 480p video from ESPN, Fox Sports, HBO, Hulu, Netflix, among others) would allow for legal content, like that on porn sites, to stream without it hitting their data plan.

When he was asked about people who would attack T-Mobile for including porn, Legere quipped: “Let me go through their surfing history for the last two years and check their cleanliness.”

That’s why he’s worth nearly $30 million a year.

Some not watching the Uncarrier X livestream might fairly doubt that the head of the nation’s third-largest wireless carrier opened the game-changing announcement by musing about how many people are watching porn in a location where they cannot possibly connect to home wifi. For you skeptics, we present corroborating witnesses.

While Legere did not recommend a streaming porn site, it’s refreshing to hear him treat it like an adult instead of ignoring it exists.

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