Around five months earlier T-Mobile launched its TVision Live streaming service. The stage perpetuated the company to touch record heights, in fact, it turned out to be a harsh disaster. T-Mobile today shared the news that TVision’s three bundles of live channels will all shut down by the end of April. The development strides after T-Mobile’s recent partnership deal with Google and Youtube.
In a recent interview, the carrier said that Youtube will fill the void of its live TV solution. The Live, Live Plus, and Live Zone that were available with TVision will discontinue on April 29. “It offers the same great flexibility, robust content, and convenience that TVision customers love,” T-Mobile said today in a press release.
CEO Mike Sievert now sounds in a dejected tone, as he says, “But innovation seldom follows a straight line. Since launching the TVision initiative, we’ve learned a lot about the TV industry, about streaming products, and of course, about TV customers.”
He also claimed that the shifts are ever-growing and accepted the fact that the vision has impeded miserably. The industry remains fragmented as new streaming devices are launched all the time, and not all sustain the same paramount dominance in the markets like some of the biggest corporations in the United States.