T-Mobile Announces New TVision Streaming Service, Offers Free Apple TV+ With Subscription

T-Mobile today announced the launch of new streaming service options that include TVision LIVE, VIBE, and CHANNELS, all of which work with a new TVision Hub.


TVision LIVE is priced between $40 and $60 per month and offers up live news, sports, and other content along with on-demand TV shows and 100 hours of cloud DVR. Full details on all of the available channels can be found on T-Mobile's website.

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TVision VIBE is priced at $10 per month and offers over 30 channels from the "most-watched networks on TV" with thousands of shows on demand. TVision Channels allows users to create their own unique mix of channels by subscribing to existing services through T-Mobile at prices starting at $5.99 per month, with support for STARZ, SHOWTIME, and EPIX at launch.

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According to T-Mobile, TVision is available exclusively to T-Mobile postpaid customers, with TVision content available on Apple and Android mobile devices, Apple TV, smart TVs, and the TVision HUB, T-Mobile's version of a TV dongle complete with remote.

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As a perk for TVision subscribers, T-Mobile is offering customers who sign up for the TVision Live TV+ or Live Zone options ($50 and $60 per month, respectively) a free year's subscription of Apple TV+ along with an option to purchase an ‌Apple TV‌ 4K for $99, which is an $80 savings after a rebate.

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TVision launches on November 1, and the ‌Apple TV+‌ deal is available starting on that date through December 31.

Top Rated Comments

Eso Avatar
27 weeks ago
Excellent! I was just thinking about the lack of steaming services and how we need more companies in this space. I'm not yet able to spend $300 per month!
Score: 23 Votes (Like | Disagree)
boshii Avatar
27 weeks ago

I am surprise that in 2020 anyone will be exited about live tv.
I’m surprised that in 2020 anyone would think that everybody else is like them.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gaximus Avatar
27 weeks ago
I get the feeling that companies don’t understand the reason behind, ”cutting the cord”, it wasn’t the actual cable/satellite that was the problem.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
oneMadRssn Avatar
27 weeks ago
So they're asking people to paying a very high monthly fee to watch ad-supported content - same as the cable companies. No thanks.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
CarlJ Avatar
27 weeks ago

Competition is good... give the cable monopoly a run for their money
Unfortunately they’re offering basically the same thing as the cable company, with pricing starting in the $30-$40 range, for something you want, bundled with a lot of crap you don’t. If they’d offer a la carte and let me get just a couple of channels I do want (not sports, not premium) for $10-$20, I might be interested. Until that becomes a possibility these are all just a rehash of cable services, which many of us left for a reason.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jz0309 Avatar
27 weeks ago

Wow. Another one. Why? Just why?
Competition is good... give the cable monopoly a run for their money
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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