T-Mobile Set to Launch New Television Service The company’s ‘TVision Home’ will launch on April 14 which is already delayed.
As the company unveiled plans to launch its own cable-disrupting service earlier this year stating it would be available by the end of 2018. It will be available in eight different U.S. cities, including Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco and NYC as per T-Mobile’s new TVision Home website.
The payment will begin $100 monthly. The service is available for only $9.99 per month for T-mobile users that will be at first be offered to all those who sign up. Those who aren’t with the carrier will have to shell out $100 monthly.
Complete service of ‘TVision Home’ will contain 275 channel options. As of now, T-Mobile says prices are not going to increase anytime soon. With Alexa from Amazon, you can voice control ‘TVision Home’. Google Assistant works as well.
Apart from tens of thousands of shows and movies, the television service includes countless streaming apps also. It also acts as a gateway to your social media accounts. The most interesting part is with the T-Mobile app, you’ll be able to access ‘TVision Home’ anywhere you go.
According to T-Mobile, the service is designed to prepare for the world of 5G.
“TVision Home is about so much more than home TV..Its TV built for the 5G Era.” – T-Mobile, via a Statement