Bellevue-based T-Mobile today unveiled three TV streaming services, including one featuring live news and sports, in its push to encourage cord-cutting.

The services — TVision Live, TVision Vibe, and TVision Channels — plus a new streaming device, TVision Hub, begins rolling out Nov. 1 with prices starting at $10 per month for entertainment channels or $40 per month for live news and sports, the company said in a news release.

“Just like we changed wireless for good — today we’re going to change TV for good,” T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert said in the release.

TVision Live features live news and sports, including ESPN and local stations; TVision Vibe offers comedy, lifestyle, and drama channels; and TVision Channels offers a-la-carte streaming services starting with packages of Starz, Showtime, and Epix channels.

T-Mobile offers a website to check channel lineups available by ZIP code.

The TVision services can be streamed by downloading the TVision app from the App Store to watch on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV 4K, or Apple TV HD, or by downloading the app on Google Play for phones or tablets, or to watch on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV or Google TV, the release said.

To watch on a living room TV, T-Mobile offers the TVision Hub, an HDMI streaming device, and remote for $50.