T-Mobile launches new video streaming service TVision

Oct 27 2020, 9:21 pm

On November 1, the world of streaming will welcome a new entry: T-Vision. 

The streaming service run by T-Mobile hopes to “help America Un-Cable” with three new distinct streaming services. Each hopes to mimic classic cable-style television in a new, streamlined way.

TVision Live, Vibe, and Channels will be available on all screens via the new T-Mobile TVision App. If you’d like to watch the service on your TV, you can also get the new TVision Hub HDMI streaming device and remote for just $50. The Hub also runs Android TV so you can add your favorite streaming apps including Netflix and Amazon Prime.

TVision’s three streaming services offer something for everyone.

TVision Live is the primary service with live news and sports, available in three packages ranging from $40-$60 per month, including local stations.

TVision Vibe is for those loving comedy, lifestyle, and drama. For just $10 a month, enjoy over 30 channels from the most-watched networks on TV, including thousands of programs on-demand, with up to two simultaneous streams.

With TVision Channels, you can create your own unique lineup with a-la-carte streaming services with one bill and one login.

TVision streaming services and the TVision Hub will be available nationwide for all T-Mobile postpaid customers starting November 1. Those interested in using the service can purchase their preferred TVision services online and download the T-Mobile TVision App to get watching.

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