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Apr 12, 2001

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.


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.


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.


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.


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

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


macrumors 6502
Jan 28, 2010
Washington, DC
Have they abandoned the existing Tvision service—formerly known as Layer3 TV—that was essentially an IPTV set top? It was more expensive but had a channel line-up closer to what you'd get with traditional cable TV.


macrumors 68020
Nov 10, 2006
Definitely excited for this. Seems like a much better deal than YouTube TV and they also have 4K. Can’t wait!
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macrumors 6502a
Jul 27, 2012
WNY or Utica
Competition in this market space is good. With everything being monopolized and oligopolized today, this is a breath of fresh air. Not that I'd get any of them anyways.
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macrumors demi-god
Aug 28, 2015
I miss T-Mobile. Just moved and we don't get good T-Mobile signal at home so we switched to Verizon where we get full bars. I just received our first bill and they're charging $200 in activation fees on top of our normal bill.
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