Mobile's TVision Is Aimed At Taking On Sling TV, YouTube TV

Yolanda Curtis
October 27, 2020

This time it's T-Cell and its TVision service with reside information, leisure and sports activities channels, beginning at $10 a month. This plan holds channels Starz, Showtime, Epix in one hub, so users don't need multiple bills or multiple logins to access their channels.

TVision Channels is an a-la-carte streaming service. It launches on November 1st, and prices start at $10 per month. For $40 per month, you're getting 30+ channels, with live news and sports including ABC, FOX, NBC, Turner, ESPN and more. Other add-ons include TVision Vibe with around 30 entertainment channels for Dollars 10 per month or the Starz, Showtime or Epix streaming services under the "TVision Channels" range.

One of T-Mobile's competitive advantages is its network of stores across the country, which the company says will sell and support the TVision service. Just $10/month for a great selection of 30+ channels from numerous most-watched networks on TV, including thousands of programs on demand, with up to two simultaneous streams.

TVision Live Zone ($60/mo.) totals more than 60 channels with ESPNU, Fox Deportes, Longhorn Network, NFL RedZone, CNBC World, Boomerang, and Universal Kids coming in. T-Mobile is quick to point out that it is $15 less than YouTube TV, which has more than double the channels.

And with this deal from Apple TV+, there's even more of what you love about TV included, on us - Apple TV+ is home to Apple Originals, including hit series "The Morning Show" and "Ted Lasso" and feature films like "Greyhound", "The Banker", and "On the Rocks". Also includes three simultaneous streams and 100 hours of cloud DVR.

A TVision app is at the moment accessible on the App Retailer and Google Play for telephones and tablets, in addition to third-party TV platforms akin to Apple TV and Google TV. You'll also get the option to purchase a new Apple TV 4K for just $99 (normally $179). The remote has controls for Netflix, YouTube, Google Assistant, DVR, the guide, volume, and more. TVision will then expand to legacy Sprint customers later in November, for pre-paid T-Mobile customers in 2021, and "eventually" will be available for everyone regardless if they're a T-Mobile customer or not.

T-Mobile's various plans and naming schemes are easy to poke fun at, but TVision does look like a legitimately compelling service.

As for specific devices, again, your current Apple TV, Fire TV, or Android TV device should all work. As someone that doesn't give two touchdowns about sports, the TVision VIbe plan for just $10/month really has my attention.

After testing in eight markets a year ago, T-Mobile is rolling out its TVision over-the-top TV service across the nation starting November 1.

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