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Fubo Finally Adds An Unlimited DVR, And To All Packages


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Fubo now provides an unlimited DVR to subscribers. While Fubo already offered a 1000-hour DVR, those subscribed to a legacy package typically had a much lower storage limit. Either way, all Fubo subscribers are now in the process of gaining the ability to record as many movies, shows and live sports events as they want and without having to pay anything extra.

The change officially took effect today, with the website now updated to reflect the inclusion of unlimited storage on all plans, including Latino. As a result, all new subscribers can expect access to an unlimited DVR when signing up to Fubo and existing subscribers can expect to see their storage limit removed soon, if it has not been removed already.

While the introduction of an unlimited DVR is a nice addition, it has taken its time in arriving. Fubo originally announced plans to add an unlimited DVR in January. At the same time, Fubo increased the price of its live tv packages, taking the cost of the cheapest plan up to a minimum of $79.99 a month.

Following the upgrade, Fubo joins the ranks of DirecTV Stream, Hulu Live TV, Philo and YouTube TV, all of which already offer an unlimited DVR to live TV subscribers at no additional cost.

John Finn


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