T-Mobile's TVision Is Aimed At Taking On Sling TV, YouTube TV


T-Mobile launched TVision quite a while ago, but it was limited to only a few areas. This was launched after T-Mobile purchased Layer3, which was a TV streaming service, and what set it apart was the bandwidth it used – a lot less than competitors.

Today, in its latest Uncarrier event, T-Mobile announced TVision Live. Which comes in at $40 per month, making it very competitive with YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV. For $40 per month, you're getting 30+ channels, with live news and sports including ABC, FOX, NBC, Turner, ESPN and more. You're also getting 100+ hours of cloud DVR available, and over 10,000 programs on-demand.

Users can upgrade to TVision Live+ which adds 10 more channels, including the NFL Network, ESPNU, SEC Network, The Golf Channel and more. T-Mobile is quick to point out that it is $15 less than YouTube TV, which has more than double the channels.


Finally, there is TVision Live Zone. At $60 per month, you get another 10 additional channels, and this includes NFL Red Zone.

The real exciting service is TVision CHANNELS though

In addition to TVision Live, T-Mobile also announced TVision CHANNELS. This is an a-la-carte streaming service, similar to Sling TV. But instead of adding cable channels, you'll be able to manage all of your premium services. Like STARZ, SHOWTIME, and EPIX. It's a lot like Amazon's Prime Video Channels.

Finally, there is TVision VIBE. This is live and on-demand programming from AMC, BET, Discovery, Food Network, Hallmark, HGTV, MTV, TLC and more. There are 30 channels in total for only $10 per month. That is by far the lowest price for streaming live TV that you can get right now.

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TVision is available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Google TV using the TVision app. As well as Android and iOS devices using the TVision mobile app.