FuboTV changed its plans again, and actually dropped the price one notch

Phil Nickkinson/Digital Trends

It’s very common to see streaming services raise prices from time to time. What’s more rare is to see the price drop. But that’s what happened at one level of Fubo.

Fubo (no longer called FuboTV) is one of the smaller live streaming services in the US, with more than 1.1 million subscribers as of mid-2023. But it is also the only one to offer more than one tier of service. And its most expensive tier has just been renamed, and has new prices.

The new Premier tier now costs $95 per month, down about $5 from its previous iteration as the Ultimate tier. The total number of available channels has also changed slightly to 244 in all. Fifty-four of them came from the Fubo Extra contingent, and 11 others from News Plus. You’ll also get Showtime as an add-on, 1,000 hours of cloud storage for recordings, and the ability to watch on as many devices as you want.

The Pro and Elite tiers remain the same, at $75 and $85 per month respectively. Their channel numbers also change slightly, this is common as channels come and go from the list.

Fubo also still has a number of optional add-ons available, including MLB.TV for $25 per month, Sports Plus with NFL RedZone for $11 per month, the International Sports Plus package for $7 per month, NBA League Pass, and more.

Fubo is available on every major streaming platform, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google TV, smart TV platforms, and in web browsers. And don’t forget: Fubo provides a free trial.

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