T-Mobile released their T-Mobile TV app for iOS in the App Store on Thursday. The app gives iPhone users on the magenta network a way to access on-demand and live video content.
The new app allows T-Mobile customers to view content from channels such as ESPN Mobile TV, NBC Sports, Nickelodeon, Discovery, ABC News, Bloomberg, Fox, NBC, MTV, Spike TV, and Comedy Central, as well as others.
Available packages include the $12.99 Prime Pack, which includes live and on-demand sports, news and other content; the $9.99 TV Mobile en Espanol; kid-themed Playground TV for $5.99; Life & Style, featuring E!, TLC, The Style Network and Lifetime, for $7.99; The Urban Zone, featuring R&B, hip-hop and BET content for $5.99; and new movie releases in the $6.99 Crackle Movies pack. All prices are monthly subscription fees, though discounts are available for 90 or 180-day subscriptions.
Users can try it FREE for the first 30 days. Free content currently includes: news (FOX News & Associated Press), sports (Campus Insiders & ACC Digital Network), and kids programming (Saturday Morning TV), and more.
The service has been available to Android users since 2010, but iPhone users had been unable to access any of the content until Thursday.
The T-Mobile TV app is available FREE for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch in the App Store. [DIRECT LINK]