The way we consume media has changed drastically over the past decade or so. It used to be that we could only watch whatever was available on TV, but that later changed when cable TV was introduced and we could choose different packages and programs to watch, but these days, we’re starting to see the rise of streaming services.

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So much so that it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that more companies are getting into the market, such as T-Mobile who has recently announced a new streaming service called TVision. Priced starting at $10 a month, this will offer viewers access to on-demand programming from the likes of channels such as AMC, BET, Discovery, MTV, and more. It will also allow users to pay for individual channels that they want like Starz, Showtime, and Epix.

However, if you do prefer live television, T-Mobile will also offer a TVision Live package which is priced at $40 a month and will grant users access to live TV channels such as ABC, CNN, NBC, ESPN and more, and for an additional $10, there will also be other sports channels like the NFL Network, ESPNU, and The Golf Channel that you will be able to access.

Starting at $10, T-Mobile’s TVision does put it on par with the likes of other streaming services like Netflix, but whether or not there will be shows or movies that you want to watch from it remains to be seen. TVision will be launching in stages starting 1st of November for T-Mobile’s postpaid customers, before it eventually rolls out to Sprint customers, and then everyone else.

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