If you’ve been wanting to try out T-Mobile’s TVision Hub streaming device, now’s your chance to get your hands on one for free. Right now, Philo is offering new customers a free TVision Hub when they pay for a two month subscription to the service.
With Philo, you’ll get 63 channels including A&E, AMC, Discovery, Nickelodeon, History Channel, TCL, and more. You can stream on up to three screens simultaneously and can create up to ten profiles per account to give everyone in the family control of their own content.
The TVision Hub is an Android-powered device that connects to your home Wi-Fi and plugs right into your TV. While T-Mobile shut down the TVision streaming service in April, the TVision Hub is a streaming device that works with most major streaming services including Philo, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and more. T-Mobile says the device has support for over 8,000 apps and supports HD and 4K content.
The TVision Hub also features:
- Chromecast built-in Stream your favorite content from your compatible phone to your TV.
- Supports Bluetooth Easily connect your gaming controllers, headphones, or other accessories.
- Google Assistant integration Access live and recorded content, open applications, and more with the built-in microphone on the remote.
- Recently watched Pick up where you left off across all of your streaming apps in a dedicated spot on your home screen
The device launched one year ago alongside T-Mobile’s TVision streaming service which shut down just six months later.
Source: Cord Cutters News