T-Mobile has just unveiled a slew of streaming TV offerings, including a service that starts at $10 a month.
The cheapest service — dubbed TVision Vibe — features more than 30 entertainment channels, including HGTV, TLC and the Hallmark Channel. It includes access to thousands of programs available on demand, and allows you to stream on two devices at the same time.
If you want live news or sports, you can choose from three TVision Live packages. They cost more than TVision Vibe, but also offer more channels:
- TVision Live TV offers more than 30 channels, including top news and sports channels. It costs $40 monthly.
- TVision Live TV+ includes everything in TVision Live TV, plus around 10 more channels, for $50 monthly. Regional sports, football and golf are among the additional channels.
- TVision Live Zone includes everything in the other two packages, plus another 10 channels, including professional sports networks. It costs $60 monthly.
All three TVision Live packages also offer local stations and allow you to watch on up to three screens at one time. Each includes more than 10,000 on-demand programs and 100 hours of cloud DVR as well.
Finally, T-Mobile is offering an a-la-carte service known as TVision Channels. Available channels include Showtime, Starz and Epix.
You can watch these new services through the T-Mobile TVision app, which is available for Android and Apple mobile devices, and for Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV streaming devices, among other options. You also can watch via the TVision Hub, a new streaming device and remote from T-Mobile that costs $50.
T-Mobile says the TVision streaming services and the TVision Hub will be available nationwide for all T-Mobile postpaid customers beginning Nov. 1. It will be available to legacy Sprint customers sometime in November, and to T-Mobile prepaid customers next year.
For more details about the channels that come with each TVision service, visit T-Mobile.com/TVision. There you also can sign up to receive an email notifying you when TVision services launch.
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