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T-Mobile closes TVision live TV service, collaborates with YouTube TV and Philo



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Good bye TVision, we barely knew you. On April 29, T-Mobile will close down live TV streaming service, which was launched five months ago. Instead, the wireless operator will collaborate with other services, namely Philo and YouTube TV, by offering $ 1

0 off their monthly subscription rates.

TVision was one of a number of services aimed at delivering regular live TV channels to cable cutters. The basic Vibe package costs only $ 10 per month, making it the cheapest major live TV streaming service and a excellent value for T-Mobile customers who want access to live TV without having a cable subscription. Startup packages offered multiple channels, including local stations, from $ 40 per month.

Read more: YouTube TV vs Hulu vs. Sling TV vs. AT&T TV vs. Philo vs. Fubo vs. T-Mobile TVision: 100 channels compared

The new discounts are now available to all current TVision customers, and will be launched to new T-Mobile and Sprint customers from 6 April. They halve the monthly cost of Philo, from $ 20 to $ 10, and bring a YouTube TV subscription down to $ 55 per month. Current customers also get a free month on either YouTube TV or Philo, depending on which package they choose. The carrier says TVision Hub, an Android TV-powered streaming device, will work with Philo and YouTube TV.

TVision was launched amid controversy, with three of its partner networks – Discovery, ViacomCBS and Comcast’s NBCUniversal – to claim that the service was never properly investigated with them. Right after the complaints appeared, T-Mobile added more channels to its startup packages.

The review of TVision is just the latest change in the fast-paced world of live TV streaming. Stalwarts Sling TV, YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV all increased prices by $ 5 recently and in January AT&T TV rebranded and consolidated the service – and, yes, prices also increased. Now Philo, which starts at $ 20 per month without sports or local channels, is the cheapest service.


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