T-Mobile Debuts TVision Television Streaming Service

By Kurt Stolz on 29 October 2020
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T-Mobile announced plans to launch TVision, a new television streaming service, in early November.

Pricing undercuts the competition.  The entry-level package is the $10 Vibe skinny bundle that includes a variety of entertainment channels but does not include news.

TVision Live is available for $40 to $60 per month.   TVision Live TV includes over 30 channels including sports and news for $40 per month, while TVision Live TV+ adds ten more channels for $50 per month and TVision Live Zone, which includes pro sports networks, costs $60 per month.

In addition, T-Mobile also has a à la carte version with TVision Channels that offers channels such as Starz and Showtime starting at $5.99 per month per channel.

The channels are all available via a TVision app available from the Apple App Store that works on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.  It is also available via the Google Play store for Android-powered devices and for Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, and Google TV.

Finally the company is offering an HDMI streaming device, the TVision Hub, which runs Android TV, for $50.

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