T-Mobile will give new and existing customers a full-year subscription to TelevisaUnivision’s premium tier streaming service ViX+, an international streaming service created especially for the Spanish-speaking world.
On July 21, ViX+ will make its global debut, offering premium Spanish-language streaming content with more than 10,000 hours of entertainment programming in its first year and acting as the exclusive home to a few high-end live sports.
“As the top wireless provider for Spanish-speaking customers in the U.S., we understand what they care about, and today we’re bringing them a whole new way to enjoy the news, TV shows, movies and live sports that matter the most, and it’s all on us,” said Mike Sievert, president and CEO of T-Mobile, in a statement.
Usually, the streaming service costs $6.99 per month in the U.S.
“We are delighted that T-Mobile is bringing the massive value of ViX+ to its customers,” said Wade Davis, CEO of TelevisaUnivision. “ViX+ is launching with an unprecedented scope of Spanish-language content across premium series, movies, sports and more. ViX+ is the only service built exclusively to represent and serve the Hispanic culture, and the collaboration with T-Mobile will be the first to bring this service to its customer base.”