Outdoor Sport Channel® available via T-Mobile’s Binge On Line Up (USA via YipTV).
YipTV Joins T-Mobile’s Binge On Line Up.
Over 100 Channels Now Available to Stream Data Free to Millions of T-Mobile Customers.
YipTV has joined T-Mobile’s “Un-carrier” based Binge On platform making it possible for T-Mobile customers on qualifying plans to watch more than 100 international and domestic live television channels without eating up their high-speed data each month.
YipTV eliminates the cable box and is the fastest-growing U.S. based OTT mobile cable service that brings live-channel broadcasts of sports, news and entertainment from around the globe to the tens of millions of multilingual foreign-born consumers living in the United States, with a focus on the underserved Hispanic market. Joining Binge On brings YipTV to a wider audience across the U.S.
“T-Mobile is aligning itself nicely with OTT broadband services and mobile cable operators like us as a result of its new, very flexible approach to data and mobile usage,” said Mike Tribolet, co-founder and CEO of YipTV. “Being part of Binge On makes YipTV a greater value than ever before. T-Mobile Customers can watch as much television as they want on YipTV without the fear of running out of their high-speed data. This effectively makes us the best mobile cable value anywhere.”
YipTV, which features an assortment of international and domestic television channels joins now more than 60 video services that deliver video content to customers without the fear of burning through their data plan. Leading video networks available via Binge On include MLB Baseball, A&E, YouTube, HBO, Hulu, ESPN, Showtime, the WWE Network and others who are streaming free to T-Mobile customers with an eligible rate plan and video streaming service subscription where applicable.
YipTV allows subscribers to watch their favorite programs in a number of ways. The app can be downloaded on iOS or Android smartphones, tablets or PC’s. It can also be viewed on a traditional TV screen using an Apple TV™ or a Googlecast™ (formerly Chromecast) device. In addition, the YipTV Android app can be GoogleCasted to stream YipTV’s channels to any HDMI connected monitor, TV set or projector. The mobile cable service is also available over any type of wired or wireless broadband connection and uses Internet-based delivery technology to provide affordable access to its wide range of international channels.
The app is free at sign-up and includes 18 free channels with no long-term contracts. A premium membership is also available for $14.99 a month with access to all channels. Subscribers sign up for YipTV via the web at http://www.YipTV.com, then download apps for iOS or Android devices from the Apple AppStore or GooglePlay.
YipTV, Inc., is a privately held company with offices in West Palm Beach, Fla., and New Brunswick, N.J., that provides low-cost, live television channels, including domestic and international network content. Founded in 2012, YipTV is an Over the Top (OTT) mobile cable operator that distributes over 100 channels and programs in multiple languages, letting subscribers watch YipTV on televisions, tablets, computers, smartphones and other Internet-enabled devices. YipTV sends video content via the public internet to broadband users, bypassing legacy cable systems and head end technology, and then passes that savings directly to the consumer.
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Outdoor Sport Channel® HD is a unique and leading International 24 hour global sports television network featuring a vast array of outdoor, action, summer & winter sports, many exclusive. Our programming is simply unique! We distribute our programming worldwide (Europe, Russia, North/South and Latin America, Canada, Caribbean, Middle East, Asia and Australia) via SD & HD analogue & digital cable, DTH satellite, OTT, BOIP (Broadcast over IP), VOD and mobile platforms. Outdoor Sport Channel® HD also operates in the content production & licensing field.