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.
ICYMI: We’re un-cabling your TV experience with #TVision. No annual service contracts. No exploding plans. Switch to T-Mobile and get live TV for just $40/mo! Available nationwide 11/1! pic.twitter.com/bMTk5P7oJ5
— T-M🎃bile (@TMobile) October 27, 2020
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.
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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.