T-Mobile announced today the launch of its new streaming service, TVision, and streaming device, TVision HUB during today’s Un-Carrier event. Highlights of the app include a live TV guide, network hubs, show & movie tabs for easy searching, and a Cloud DVR with 100 hours of storage. The device features customizable channel rows with personalized recommendations, casting ability, and a Google Assistant button on the included remote.
T-Mobile is launching one app, TVision, with three streaming services. Each has its own price point, package options, and channel lineups. Here are the options:
- TVision Live TV: $40/month got news, sports, and entertainment, including many local affiliates. You’ll get three simultaneous streams and 100 hours of Cloud DVR.
- TVision Live TV+: $50/month for everything above plus 10 extra channels.
- TVision Live Zone: $60/month for everything above plus 10 more channels including NFL Network.
TVision Vibe: $10 for 30 channels including movies, drama, reality, and more.
TVision Channels: Add in ala carte premium channels (Showtime, Starz, and EPIX)
The T-Mobile TVision app will be available on iOS and Android, Android TV, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV, along with T-Mobiles new streaming device, TVision HUB. Roku is notably missing from this initial list.
In addition to launching the TVision app, T-Mobile is launching the TVision HUB, a new Android-powered device. The device includes a remote control and the company says it will support over 8,000 streaming, gaming, and music apps. The HUB will retail for $50.
TVision will launch next week, starting with T-Mobile customers. Sprint customers will be able to sign up later in November, and the service will open up to all customers in 2021.
Stay tuned for more details about the new service and device, coming soon!
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Jess Barnes attended Edinboro University and spent years working in nonprofit before taking up freelance writing in 2012. Jess has been working for Cord Cutters News since 2017.