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TVision Vibe Channels: What You Get with T-Mobile’s $10 Plan

T-Mobile’s TVision Vibe plan costs $10 per month. Here are all the channels included with a Vibe subscription.

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TVision Vibe provides access to more than 30 live TV channels and comes with a focus on entertainment. TVision is a new streaming service from T-Mobile that offers access to live TV from as little as $10 per month. Similar to other services, there is more than one TVision plan available, with the differences based on the channel selection and price. However, TVision Vibe is the cheapest package overall.

Besides the TVision Vibe plan, the company also offers a TVision Live plan and this is far more similar to the live TV packages offered by Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube TV. Technically, there are three different TVision Live tiers available, with the price varying from $40 to $60 per month. As to be expected, the number of channels dictates the price, with the more expensive plans placing a greater emphasis on live sports.

For many consumers, the TVision Vibe plan is likely to be of great interest due to its low entry price. However, and similar to the other super skinny services currently available, the selection of channels is limited by the lower monthly cost. In total, T-Mobile says there are more than 30 channels included with its cheapest package, and below is a list of every channel confirmed as available with a TVision Vibe subscription.

TVision Vibe channels list:

  • AMC
  • Animal Planet
  • BBC America
  • BBC World News
  • 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
  • Nick Jr.
  • Nickelodeon East
  • Nickelodeon West
  • Nicktoons
  • OWN
  • Paramount Network
  • SundanceTV
  • TeenNick
  • TLC
  • Travel Channel
  • TV Land
  • VH1
  • WE tv

In addition to the channels included with a TVision Vibe plan, subscribers also have the option to choose from a limited selection of premium networks. Each one can be individually added to a Vibe package for an national monthly cost that varies, based on the network.

TVision Vibe premium networks:

  • Epix $5.99 per month
  • Starz – $8.99 per month
  • Showtime – $10.99 per month

Signing up to TVision Vibe

Before a consumer considers signing up to TVision’s $10 Vibe plan, they will need to meet at least one major criteria, as TVision is not currently available to all consumers in the U.S. Unlike services like YouTube TV which originally rolled out on a location basis, TVision is only available to existing T-Mobile postpaid and legacy Sprint customers.

Providing a consumer already receives mobile services from either T-Mobile or Sprint, they should be able to sign up to TVision, irrespective of what part of the United States they are located in. The TVision Vibe plan, along with the Live tiers, can be added to an existing T-Mobile account either through the T-Mobile app or the company’s website, similar to how any other T-Mobile service or add-on is added or removed from an account.

TVision Vibe channels summary

Overall, the new TVision Vibe plan provides access to more than 30 live TV channels for just $10 per month. In addition, subscribers have the option to add from a limited selection of premium networks, with prices starting from an additional $5.99 each month. For the cost and the selection of channels listed above, TVision Vibe looks like a good option for anyone considering a low-cost live TV streaming service.

For comparison, Philo costs $20 per month and includes all of the same channels as TVision Vibe, along with roughly 25 extra channels that the Vibe plan doesn’t. If those additional channels are of value to a consumer, then they might be better off opting for the Philo plan instead. Likewise, anyone in need of a more robust solution overall, including greater access to live news and sports, might want to consider T-Mobile’s more expensive TVision Live plans.

Read more: TVision Live Channels: Live, Live+ & Live Zone Compared

John Finn

By John Finn

John started Streaming Clarity to help consumers navigate the live TV streaming and subscription service landscape. John has been writing about technology and TV-related services and devices since 2014 and believes the best streaming approach is to bounce between services as needed. Contact John via email at john@streamingclarity.com or on Twitter

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