T-Mobile has finally launched T-Mobile TV on iOS. Previously available on Android and Windows Phone only, T-Mobile TV is the so-called un-carrier‘s official mobile video streaming service.

Offering access to live news and sports events as well as primetime TV and children’s programming, T-Mobile TV is a service that is both free and subscription-based.

First off, the app itself is free to download in the App Store. In addition, it comes with a free trial period of 30 days, within which you get access to free content including: Fox News, Associated Press, Campus Insiders, ACC Digital Networking, and Saturday Morning TV.

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But T-Mobile also comes with with a Prime Pack that you can subscribe to for $12.99 for 30 days in order to gain access to more content including:

  • Live and On Demand sports from ESPN Mobile TV, NBC Sports, and CBS Sports.
  • Kids programming including the Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, Discovery and Animal Planet.
  • Streaming news from ABC News Now, Bloomberg, FOX News and FOX Business.
  • On Demand Primetime and Reality shows from ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC and more.
  • Includes programming from ABC Family, MTV, Spike TV, Comedy Central, E! and VH1.

T-Mobile TV also offers five other optional premium video-on-demand and live content packs: T-Mobile TV en EspaƱol, Life & Style, Playground TV for Kids, Urban Zone, and Crackle Movies.

Optimized for iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 5 running iOS 5.0 or later, T-Mobile TV is available now in the App Store for free.

Note that subscriptions in T-Mobile TV for iOS are billed through iTunes, unlike with the Android or Windows Phone version where they are billed through T-Mobile’s service billing.