They say change will do you a lot of good. That is why T-Mobile has provided a spanking new T-Mobile TV App for iPhone users with 30 days free preview. This way you can gain live access to video entertainment anytime, anywhere. The launch of the T-Mobile TV App in Apple’s App Store is just the beginning of an adventure in electronic wizardry that won’t end soon.
A brand new app is on the stores shelves. It lets T-Mobile users look at stuff on various TV channels. The list of TV channels that are up for viewership through this new T-Mobile TV app include: ESPN Mobile TV, NBC Sports, Nickelodeon, Discovery, ABC News, Bloomberg, Fox, NBC, MTV, Spike TV, Comedy Central as well as several others. In an effort to lure valuable clientele the bosses have given a month-long free trial period. By the end of this no-cost time span the customers will have a choice between one month, three month and half year subscription rates. They may choose as they like. Among these some especially exclusive packages are also available. They include the $12.99 Prime Pack as well as the $9.99 TV Mobile en Espanol. T-Mobile TV in itself is not new. It has been in existence since the year 2010. However, iPhone owners couldn’t get the service before the present decision to lend access to the content of the video library.
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The Android app that is used to offer the services has released its version on the iPhone as an act of generosity and magnanimity. Inclusivity is the word since exclusivity is not a good thing. Among the wonderful stuff that you can now view are sports matches, news and TV programs. The circle of influence extends to such exotic fare as the Disney Channel and Animal Planet not to mention VH1. The premium packages include: Crackle Movies, E!, TLC, Style Network, Lifetime and PBS Kids. Even various Spanish channels have been incorporated in the menu of choices. For the small ones, Sesame Street and Playground TV are always available for fun-filled viewing.
The inclusion of a larger viewership for the T-Mobile TV Experience has not been taken lightly. It was taken after due consideration of what lay in the best interests of both the public and the company. The Apple App store that provides the link between the source and the destination has done a good job as far as provision of access is concerned. Soon this service will spread to include all of society as the world of app users gets savvier and wiser.