T-Mobile launching TVision live TV streaming service on November 1


T-Mobile’s latest Un-carrier move is a relaunch of its TVision streaming platform.

TVision will offer three different tiers of service, each with different content offerings. TVision Live TV will start out at $40 per month and include more than 30 live TV channels such as ABC, NBC, Fox, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ESPN, Disney Channel, and more. Here’s the full list:

  • ABC, NBC, Fox, Telemundo, ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, NBC Sports Network, ABC News Live, CNBC, CNN, Fox Business Network, Fox News Channel, HLN, MSNBC, NBC News Now, Bravo, Cozi TV, E!, FX, FXX, National Geographic, Oxygen, Syfy, TBS, TNT, truTV, USA, Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, Freeform

Then there’s TVision Live TV+, a $50 per month tier which includes all of the channels listed above and adds more than 10 channels on top of it:

  • NBC Sports regional network, ACC Network, Big Ten Network, Big Ten Network Overflow 1-3, ESPN College Extra, ESPNews, ESPNU, Golf Channel, NFL Network, Olympic Channel, SEC Network, Nat Geo Wild, FXM, TCM

And finally, there’s TVision Live Zone for $60 per month. It adds another 10 channels on top of those included with Live TV+:

  • Longhorn Network, MavTV, NFL RedZone, Outside TV, Boomerang, Universal Kids, CNBC World, ESPN Deportes, Fox Deportes, Universo

TVision Live TV also includes 100 hours of cloud DVR, letting you save shows to watch later, and more than 10,000 on-demand programs. TVision Live TV subscribers can watch up to 3 concurrent streams.


The TVision Vibe offering is focused more on reality and entertainment. It’s priced at $10 per month and includes support for up to 2 concurrent streams as well as more than 30 channels:

  • AMC, Animal Planet, BBC America, BET, BET Her, CMT, Comedy Central, Discovery Channel, DIY Network, Food Network, Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Drama, Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, HGTV, IFC, Investigation Discovery, MotorTrend, MTV, MTV Classic, MTV2, OWN, Paramount Network, SundanceTV, TLC, Travel Channel, TV Land, VH1, WE tv, BBC World News, Nick Jr., Nickelodeon East, Nickelodeon West, Nicktoons, TeenNick

And finally, there’s TVision Channels. This lets you subscribe to a la carte premium channels with up to 3 concurrent streams. Pricing for TVision Channels starts at $5.99 per month for Epix, which includes 4 channels from that service. Starz and its 34 channels are available for $8.99 per month, while Showtime and its 16 channels are priced at $10.99 per month.

TVision Vibe and TVision Channels customers who don’t subscribe to TVision Live can add 100 hours of cloud DVR to their subscription for an additional $5 per month.

To see the exact channel lineup for your area, visit the TVision site here.


When it comes to actually watching TVision, you’ve got different options. The service will be available on Android, iOS, and Amazon’s Appstore so you can watch it on your phone or tablet. You’ll also be able to get it on set-top boxes including Apple TV, Android TV, Google TV, and Amazon’s Fire TV.

T-Mobile is also launching its own $50 Android TV dongle if you don’t already have one of those set-top boxes. The TVision Hub runs Android TV, so it has access to other streaming services like Netflix, Disney+, and HBO Max. And its remote includes Google Assistant built-in to help you search for content.


TVision is launching for postpaid T-Mobile customers on November 1. Customers who subscribe to TVision Live TV+ or Live Zone before December 31 will get a free year of Apple TV+ and the option to buy a 32GB Apple TV 4K box for $99, which is $80 off its normal price.

T-Mo says that TVision will be available to legacy Sprint customers starting November 13. And then in 2021, it’ll become available to prepaid customers and non-T-Mobile subscribers.

This new version of TVision is a big change from the previous one that started at $90 per month and included a box that sat in your entertainment center. With the new TVision, you’ve got options when it comes to selecting the channels that you’re interested in. The pricing is also aggressive compared to some other live TV streaming services out there. What will be interesting is seeing if T-Mobile can maintain that aggressive pricing or if it’ll end up raising its rates like the other live TV streaming services have.

Now that the TVision relaunch is official, what do you think of it? Is it enough to get you to cut the cord or switch from an existing streaming TV service?

Source: T-Mobile (1), (2), TVision

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  • VanceDuke

    This sounds similar to YouTube TV except this is more complicated with the different options.How many streams can you run at once with this? I can do 3 with YouTube which isn’t that bad considering I was paying the same or maybe a little more for cable with just 1 box.

    • Sharti24

      You can do Three with this

      • VanceDuke

        So they are pretty similar. Depending on what channels you want you could save a couple bucks or spend a few more.

    • Albert Orange

      Youtube TV has unlimited HDR though…. vs 100 hours

  • adampk17

    Not a compelling alternative to cable for me, which is a shame.

  • Mike McDonald

    As mentioned in the pre-announcement thread, I noticed no re-trans agreements w/ either Tegna or Sinclair for local outlets. And if you’re looking for local sports teams on a Fox Sports local affiliate, Sinclair has those as well. As an aside, YouTubeTV & Hulu both dropped the Fox Sports regionals recently so I’m guessing Sinclair wants mondo $$ for carriage.

    EDIT: Discovery is there. Didn’t see it in LIVE but over on VIBE.

  • Hector Rivera

    When T-Mobile start offering a fixed wireless internet service that truly competes with my wired service this will work for me. Otherwise TVision still keep me enslaved to the same crappy IP that I have because there are no less bad options in my area… I’m disappointed. I thought it was going to be completely independent from the wired IP’s

    • JR

      A thousand times this.

      • Hector Rivera

        Sí mano. Por el escudo veo que eres de PR. Para esto me quedo con DISH que aunque un huracán se lleve el plato a la mierda se reemplaza. Y no como Liberty que se tardó 11 meses en reconstruir en mi área después de María. El punto no era estar conectado algo con cable para que así no falle tanto. Aquí es diferente que en el mainland en las areas que no hay que preocuparse por las cosas en esta isla.

  • Neoprimal

    I have 105 channels with ATT TV for $60. I stuck with them vs. canceled when they started raising prices and somehow I have been able to keep this plan. (Grandfathered. It started at $35 and doesn’t exist anymore). We really don’t watch many of them but the draw is that we can “log in” through the respective apps on Roku, Fire TV, Google TV and Apple TV. We only ever use the actual ATT TV app to watch news from the various networks. What we depend on are the channel apps.
    If TMo can allow/enable channel app access, I may be tempted to switch because I have a feeling ATT TV won’t grandfather me for much longer, they seem destined to drive everyone off of that platform, eventually. I don’t want the Live+ though, as we aren’t interested in sports in the least.

    • Tony Nguyen

      why dont you try iptv is cheaper

      • dcmanryan

        Illegal services will always be cheaper. Why not rob a bank instead of going to work every day?

  • Brandt Bowling

    Anyone else not getting the tv line up to work? Dev tools shows an uncaught type error in their zip code validation script lol

    Also, looks like there will be taxes involved which is strange considering they were advertising it as T-Mo being one place for wireless/TV but my wireless has taxes included.

    Throw in taxes and the regional fees it would probably come close to or more than YTTV

    • Shaun Michalak

      You are paying for the TV service on with this.. and like with anything these days, you have to pay state taxes on the service, so your tax increase will depend on what you local state charges.. Internet is not included..

  • MisterListerSir

    Might have to give this a try…AMC, USA, TLC, HGTV $50/month. Hits all of the families faves. Cool.

  • Mickey T

    Youtube tv still seems to be the better deal on the highest tier. More channels and DVR price is already included. The biggest plus for YTTV is profiles by setting up family group. That way each person gets their own DVR and channel suggestions. TMobile wins if you want less channels and don’t want to spend over 40 bucks. But for myself no tennis channel means I have to stick with YTTV.

    • dcmanryan

      YTTV is far superior for the person who wants everything. I’m using YTTV and when comparing it to T-Mobiles highest tier package it’s a no brainer to stay with YTTV as they have more channels and a far superior DVR plus all my Movies Now movies linked to my Google account show up and can be played. The price of YTTV is high but nothing comes close to it IMO.

  • Axel I

    Why is this needed, again?
    People are moving away from TV in general.
    On demand context streaming is the key, not TV and even there a world needs a new streaming provider as much as a hole in the wall (Think Qibi, or whatever it was called).
    Now, if they offered a package where local channels are $20 and pay per view sports for any game (like $2/game or whatever) + similarly priced movie or episode “rentals”, I think they could grab some market share with it, assuming it would provide quantifiable incentive to switch the mobile service to T-Mo.

    • dontsh00tmesanta

      Prolly rural customers to combine with T-Mobile at home

    • for Premier League fans, it’s the cheapest way i’ve seen to get NBC Sports. it seems competive with Sling and YouTube TV.

    • Shaun Michalak

      For me, this is the first plan I have run across that actually works for me.. See, you problem is that for some reason, all some people seem to think about is sports.. But you all seem to forget that there are people out there that never watch sports.. and the problem is, most plans start off with tons of sports channels, and the prices get cranked up for it.. I personally love the assortment of the Vibe setup.. and guess what.. I do not have to pay for sports channels, and the price dramatically goes down.. Right there is exactly why I dropped cable to start off with. Tired of paying outrageous prices for a plan because I am forced to pay for sports channels that I do not want.. This is the first plan I have seen that has channels that I do or will watch, and no sports included..

      • Axel I

        I don’t care about sports, personally. I am purely talking from market share perspective. My personal beliefs are irrelevant, though. If you want to make money on TV packages – you have to have reasonably well priced sports option for the masses.

        • Shaun Michalak

          But the problem is, by catering to the sports people, they are completely neglecting all people that are not sports fans.. For example, I do not want to pay $20 a month because ESPN is on there, if all I want to watch is the history channel.. Not fair to the non sports people to make them pay for the sports peoples wants.. I would not think about it so much if it was not the fact that the sports channels are actually the most expensive (outside of channels like HBO) channels on the lineups.. In fact, I have seen times were the prices could be dropped by 25% or more by getting rid of those sports channels.. But they are forced on people because there are no plans without them..

        • Axel I

          FiOS did ok in that regards. I have a grandfathered package w/out sports channels at all and it does save a few bucks, but I am sucker for on demand content when I do treadmill or exercise bike so I pay $40/months for HBO, Max, Showtime, Epix, Movie Channel and only like $10 for basic TV.

          I would love to have a package with low monthly fee and pay-per-view everything else (incl content from History channel and such) and I was hoping TMo could offer it, but it just wants to mimic a cable company. This is going no further than TMo TVv1.0.

        • Shaun Michalak

          We had Erie cable vision, then it went to time warner, then to spectrum.. and up until now, I have yet to see a plan out from any of them that did not include sports channels, with the exceptions of the local networks packages, which mainly includes OTA channels..

    • steveb944

      I don’t think we’ll ever see $2 sports games. If you want sports you have to subscribe to that specific service, they don’t partner with anyone.

  • mingkee

    If the usage on phone/tablet does not count like Binge On, I’m in!

  • dontsh00tmesanta


  • Alex Pilaia

    Hmm.. anyway this system works with a Tivo? Just purchased a Tivo with Lifetime service for $600…

    • JG

      Depends on how you define “works with”.

      You almost certainly won’t be able to use TiVo to record content from TVision. But if your TiVo box is Android TV based (I think they have at least one now) then you’ll likely be able to install the TVision app and watch shows via your TiVo box, just like you would Netflix or any of the other streaming services.

      • Alex Pilaia

        I do not believe we have the capability to install apps on the tivo edge…

        • beaveyOne

          TiVo Edge is running a legacy OS, and there is virtually no app development for it. The apps it ships with are woefully out of date, and there’s nothing new coming. Your best bet is to buy a Roku for streaming and just use the TiVo for recording TV from your cable company or antenna, which it does well. You’ll have a much better app experience with a Roku than you will with the Edge.

          The TiVo Stream 4K is their new device based on Android TV, but it isn’t a “TiVo” in the traditional sense. It’s a completely different device that only does streaming – no DVR recording. TVision would run on there, but it will never run on your Edge.

        • steveb944

          Keep in mind Roku doesn’t support TVision.

        • beaveyOne

          Good catch – hadn’t realized that. But I’d be surprised if it wasn’t on the roadmap. Roku gets most things sooner or later. The other option would be to add a TiVo Stream 4K (instead of a Roku) along with the TiVo Edge to handle all streaming needs.

  • Terry Whitt

    Personally, I think is quite promising. I am particularly interested in the T-Mobile Vibe package at $10/month. With an antenna picking up local channels, the Vibe channel package looks like a nice supplement to go along with Netflix and Hulu. I think the end of my Dish service is in sight.

  • FootyMax

    Ugh. I get a much better channel selection on Sling for essentially the same prices. I hope the general channel selection improves…this is very sports-centric.

    • slybacon

      Sports was the smallest category of channels.haha

      • Shaun Michalak

        and the most expensive too.. I once looked up the price of ESPN years ago, and it was many times the price as a channel like Discovery, or TNT.. At that time, you could have gotten up to 10 of the cheaper channels, like cartoon network for the cost of one ESPN channel.. Not sure about now days because that was years ago.. But I highly doubt that they have leveled out.

        • FootyMax

          It’s the Disney effect. They bundle the ESPN holdings with the Disney kids stuff so that you’re generally forced to get it all. And they’ve jacked up the price.

        • Shaun Michalak

          But the sad part is, there are a lot of people that feel just like me.. That they do not want the sports channels.. and what makes it worse is the fact that they keep adding on more and more.. It used to be that it was just ESPN.. Now there is something like 3 ESPN channels, or more, Fox sports channels, etc.. There is close to a dozen pure sports channels on there now like them, and what makes it worse is the fact that they are the most costly channels on top of it.. I do not mind paying for what I get, but when 30% of my bill is going to sports channels that I do not watch.. It kind of bugs me that I am forced into it.. which is exactly why I dropped cable a long time ago..

    • Shaun Michalak

      vibe was not sports related at all..

      • FootyMax

        My Sling subscription is a mix of sports and what they offer with Vibe, plus news and cloud DVR for $60/month. I’ll keep an open mind about this and take another look as I’ve been a happy TMO customer since the Voicestream days. However, their lack of an Xbox and Roku app is also a non-starter for me.

        • Shaun Michalak

          true, but at the same time, they do have their own device which, overall, is not that expensive.. Plus, you can install it on a fire stick if I remember right.. Roku is one of the big ones that surprises me though.. I would think that would be in the list.. Maybe they just have not made a deal with them yet??

    • Shaun Michalak

      It depends on what you are looking at.. I do not care about the main TV channels because I get those for free OTA.. I also do not watch sports.. So the Vibe setup works great for me, and that is only $10 a month.. Considering sling starts at $30, I do not see how this is more for less?? For me, this is less cost and more channels that I might watch.. Because I am not paying for 20 channels of sports that I never watch.

  • mreveryphone

    Needs a app for smart tv’s…

    • JR

      I believe they’re having one for smart tv’s as well.

      • mreveryphone

        Dope! I’m in!

    • steveb944

      Google/Android TV is on there.

      • mreveryphone


  • bluemoon737

    For my area the “zone” version does not have all the channels of the “+” version and none of them have the most important RSN for me so I’m out.

  • Trint Customer

    Not available for Roku. And CBS network is strangely missing from TVision.

    • TheTruthIsOutThere

      Not available on anything except the T-Mobile dongle.

      • Trint Customer

        Check it. It is available on other devices. (Apple TV, Amazon Fire stick, Chromecast, phones, and tablets) But not Roku. Quote from TVision website: “We currently support both Android and Apple mobile devices, as well as streaming devices like T-Mobile’s own TVision HUB, Android TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Google TV, and some smart TVs like Android TV and Fire TV Edition TVs.”

    • Shaun Michalak

      well, PBS is not on there either.. I can understand some of the main channels like abc, cbs, nbc, etc not being on there because they might be asking too much.. But pbs??

      • steveb944

        These likely aren’t local live channels, but national feed instead. Plus PBS is available OTA for free.

        • Shaun Michalak

          So is CBS.. and PBS does have live broadcasts on some of their channels with world news reports..

  • icwhatudidthere

    This might’ve been interesting if they offered HD streaming without having to upgrade your plan to the Plus account.

    • Brenden Morris

      You can stream HD with the Google TV set top box with your own internet.

      • icwhatudidthere

        I was talking about when streaming TVision on your phone, you’ll be limited to SD unless you pay for the HD streaming upgrade.

  • David

    Antenna for localchannels +Firetv Recast + Sling Blue $30 is a better deal , i guess Live + Vibe is $40 +$10 =$50 because of ESPN and Disney Channels .

  • fentonr

    The vibe package is interesting since it’s so cheap, but otherwise this doesn’t look really all that different than other offerings like Sling, AT&T TV Now, YouTube TV etc. some slightly different options but generally not a cheap package for not that many channels.

  • Shaun Michalak

    I love the Vibe plan.. It has the channels that I would watch, without having to pay for all those sports channels that I do not watch.. I have free OTA TV that this will suppliment perfectly.. and at a low price.. I love it.. First plan I have seen that does not start off with tons of sports channels, and high prices included, forced to pay to get anything TV with it..

  • nutmac

    Few thoughts and questions.

    1. TVision VIBE should be free to certain customers. For instance, Magenta customers with 3+ paid lines, just as Netflix is free to Magenta customers with 2+ paid lines.

    2. T-Mobile should be more upfront about taxes (ZIP lookup). In most states, Sling, Hulu+ Live, and YouTube TV are tax-free.

    3. At $40-60, TVision isn’t price competitive enough against Sling ($30-45), Hulu + Live ($55), or YouTube TV ($65). And without significant price advantage, I am not really sure what it brings to the table. T-Mobile might as well partnered with Hulu + Live or YouTube TV.

    4. Is it going to be 4K like previous TVision incarnation?

    5. Are free Apple TV+ and Apple TV set top box free with statement credits? That is, can customers cancel TVision and keep them?

    6. Customers on non-unlimited plan, is TVision zero rated (does not count toward data bandwidth used)?

    • Bodycount

      YouTube TV is *NOT* tax free. They’ve been charging taxes for years now.

      • Sharti24

        Youtube tv costs $4.22 In taxes for me in Ohio

  • JG

    So during the presentation I know they mentioned several times how cable companies will inflate their bill with hidden fees…. The teaser posted for this last week included the line “the fees have to stop” (or something to that effect)….

    Maybe I missed it, but I don’t recall them ever actually mentioning the price they’re advertising is the final price your going to pay, like how they have their phone plans….

    I did notice a +Tax listed after all of the prices on the website…

    So what gives? Is it just basic sales tax being added on to the package price like if i were buying anything else? Or is T-Mobile continuing to add extra fees on top as well?

    • Shaun Michalak

      They state right out that taxes are extra, and will very from something like 1% to 14%, depending on where you live.. Basically, you still have to pay sales tax on it just like you do with a prepaid phone.. But you do not have to rent boxes, etc that can really bring up the cost.. With my cable company, no matter what plan you are on, you have to rent one of their boxes to get any channels.. Here, they rely on log on’s in place of it.. and since they limit their streaming to 2 or 3 devices, if you decide to give someone else the password to get in, they use it and share it, then you are not going to be able to use it yourself, so most people are not going to be sharing their account with other people due to the limited number of log on’s at once..

      • JG

        I must have missed that – to be honest I was multi-slacking & taking care of some other work while I listened to it in the background…

        So just to confirm… If I sign up for just the $10 Vibe package, my total bill is going to be $10 + X% sales tax, whatever the standard rate happens to be where I am…. No additional costs, like a retransmission fee, or a sports network fee or franchise fee, etc added on… Just $10 and sales tax…. So I’d be looking at no higher than $12 a month….

        • Shaun Michalak

          Pretty much.. The only other fees that you would have to pay is whatever you pay for internet, because this does rely on your own current internet to work.. It does not work over the cell towers unless you are using a hotspot or something like that.. and if you decide to buy one of their boxes for service, which is a one time fee of $50 (not sure if that includes taxes or not).. If you have a kindle fire stick, I believe that you can install it on that, among other devices though.

  • James Symmonds

    Problem is that most of the cool stuff you’d really want to watch is now on separate streaming services. This didn’t fix that at all.

  • purenupe1

    When adding the cost of internet its still not competitive enough for me…. I currently have 100Mbps internet and the Xfinity Large TV package which I watch using Xfinity stream on 3 ruku devices…. So not having to use any equipment means I’m about still better off staying where I am.

    I also get access to free and plentiful Xfinity hotspot for all of my mobile devices.

  • steveb944

    We’ll probably sign up for Vibe due to Nick Jr. and a few others. Hopefully they allow sign in for the app unlike Comcast.
    Pricing isn’t bad for the higher packages, pretty competitive.

  • Mike Thaler

    No CBS in the few areas I checked.
    Good for sports nuts as they seem to have all sports channels.
    YTTV (YouTube Live) has most locals. I’d like a service that doesn’t force you to pay for expensive sports – like cable and YTTV.

    • Bodycount

      No CBS channels anywhere. Looks like they couldn’t work out a deal with them. You can pay $6 a month for the CBS All Access and get your local that way or you can use an antenna and get it free.

      • JG

        They have CBS channels. Nickelodeon, MTV, Paramount, BET, TV Land…

        They’re all CBS channels (well except it’s ViacomCBS now)

    • Nearmsp

      Exactly. This is designed for Sports fans. Not for those who do not watch sports and are not willing to subsidize the expense sports channels such as ESPN.

    • Dummy Up Meathead

      No CBS Sports Network which sucks.

  • Juan Caba

    TMO convert this into an app for people on the go!

    • krisstofer

      Yes I think there is. It says on the video ad at Tmobile website.

  • Boris Govnic

    Does this have its own SIM card and work off the 5G Network or does it connect to my Comcast? Is it possible to have this at two different locations such as mother’s house in one state and me being in the neighboring state where my primary Abode is? That would be awesome if it were possible to share this between households. I understand I would need two sets of equipment linked to the same account and it would probably cost extra for an additional unit.

    • Shaun Michalak

      My guess would be yes, you could both have one and it should work.. But from what I can tell, I believe it is not run off of their network unless you use some kind of a hotspot or something.. the exact words from their site about their box device thing..

      “Follow the instructions on your screen to finish setup (including connecting to your home Wi-Fi) and device activation.”

  • zeiferx

    another “uncarrier” move…

    • Dummy Up Meathead

      Yes, that’s what it says.

  • dcmanryan

    Now the real question, does my 20% off Hookup code apply to this? If so I may actually try it over YTTV.

  • Terry H2U

    Would it be possible to drop the sports tier after the college season is over and save $10 a month and pick it back up next fall? I don’t watch it outside of football season.

    • Rene Shabastari

      I don’t see why not. I subscribe to Sling Orange only during NBA season and at least you’re not canceling.

  • Nearmsp

    It is the same old wine in new bottles. The day, TV service is available to purchase as per channel la carte, I will subscribe. No appetite for expensive channel buffets. A good design would include a monthly delivery fee and a per channel fee. The TV “packages” are a way to throw in junk channels and bump up the price tag. Most people watch 4-5 channels. Paying for 40 or 100 channels is meaningless. Secondly, anyone who does not watch sports is throwing money away by subscribing to T-Mobile’s live TV all of which include ESPN channels. TV companies have to pay $4.50 per subscriber for ESPN channels compared to $0.45 for CNN and double that for Fox news. I am happy to pay $10 delivery fee and then pick the channels I want to watch, which would mainly be news channels and National Geographic, Animal Planet, BBC, CNBC etc. Even Google disappointed with its YouTube TV service, which initially started cheap. The reason for this are 2 reasons. One is advertising is by local market. Second, ESPN has signed anti-competitive agreements with all Cable and Satellite service companies that ESPN MUST be included in the lowest category of packages. Our toothless tigers (Federal Trade commission – FTC and Justice department) are headed by political hacks that politicians appoint and they rubber stamp such deals. So if you live in the US, be happy with Netflix, Amazon Prime and Apple TV or cough up if you wish to watch any cable TV. I subscribe to Youtube premium and get all my news without the advertisements for $16 a month. T-mobile, thanks but no thanks. Cable TV are not going to stop their death spiral by reducing price of packages. They need to give customers the ability to make their own subscription package.

    • watkins

      Actually spectrum offers an ala carte deal like this now. You can pick and choose from whatever 10 channels you want.

      • Nearmsp

        Spectrum is not there in my area. Only Comcast/Xfinity.

  • I just don’t think AT&T’s Go Big promo will ever get beat, even with the price hikes. Looks like I’m stuck with it until they get rid of it, and then I’ll consider TVision.

  • Dennis Fa

    So what happens to the old TV service offered by T-Mobile?

  • Rene Shabastari

    Already lost to Sling Orange

  • watkins

    Get this app on all the video game consoles and they’ll really gain some traction here.

  • InTheMuff

    I dont see CBS and thats a major nfl channel

  • Jerry Rich

    Poor Quibi a horrible idea that thankfully didn’t last very long. Gone and forgotten.

  • Raylz

    A non starter why does prepaid has to wait until next year, T-Mobile loves to not give prepaid users the same features or services

  • Jonathan Katz

    Call me when you have an app for the XBOX