TVision is a massive leap into the live TV streaming landscape by T-Mobile. The service has several plan options, starting at just $10/month for 30+ channels. One can also avail of expensive plans that have additional channel offerings and cloud DVR.
T-Mobile also launched the TVision Hub, an Android TV streaming device offering 4K and HDR streaming at $50.
TVision Price and availability
Users can select from four plans, with the prices as below:
- TVision Vibe — $10/month for 30+ channels
- TVision Live TV — $40/month for 30+ channels
- TVision Live TV+ — $50/month for 40+ channels
- TVision Live Zone — $60/month for 50+ channels
TVision at present is available only for T-Mobile postpaid customers, and by late November, legacy Sprint customers will be able to avail of it. T-Mobile prepaid customers can avail of it from 2021, and after that, it will gradually be available for all.
TVision Plans and channels
The channel line-up for T-Vision include:
- TVision Vibe channelsTVision Live TV channelsTVision Live TV+ channelsTVision Live Zone channels.
- Animal Planet
- BBC America
- BBC World News
- BET Her
- Comedy Central
- Food Network
- Hallmark Channel
- Hallmark Drama
- Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
- Investigation Discovery
- MTV Classic
- Nick Jr.
- Paramount Network
- Teen Nick
- Travel Channel
- TV Land
$10/month is the lowest price rate for live television access. The only downside is that Vibe doesn’t have to cloud DVR access unless users invest another $5/month. However, TVision Vibe is the most exciting thing about the entire service.
If users want access to several channels, they will have to sign up for any TVision Live plans. These plans would offer local channels, sports networks like ESPN, and mane news options like CNN and Fox News. However, the TVision Live plans miss out on many lifestyle channels found in the TVision Vibe plan.
Whether one is accessing TVision service in a mobile app, smart TV app, or a desktop, the interface is identical across any device and is a good interface. TVision is broken up into five main pages, including Home, Guide, Shows, Movies, and DVR. A search icon sits at the top to look for any specific channel or title. One can use the settings to manage the parental controls, and users can create up to 10 user profiles.
The Home screen shows a list of recommended shows, and below that, one will get all the services they subscribe to within TVision. The Guide page guides a traditional layout of channels and plays (with channel numbers for each channel).
One should invest in the T Vision if:
- Users want to access several channels: If one signs up for TVision Vibe and Live TV, they could access several channels for $50/month.
- Users have a super tight budget: The $10/month TVision Vibe plan is the cheapest plan ever seen.
- Users love the cable feel: T-Vision gives the look and feel of the cable TV experience. It’s isn’t too flashy but a functional and straightforward interface. TVision is more affordable than many cable TV packages available nowadays, as users don’t need to sign any contract, and the service has a good set up.