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fuboTV Just Released Their New Advanced DVR with 500 Hours of Storage


Last week we reported that fuboTV testing out a new DVR with 500 hours of storage. This new DVR seems to be a huge step up from what fuboTV has offered in the past.

Now it looks like fuboTV has started to roll out their 500-hour advanced DVR service that lets you keep your shows and movies for as long as you want them. (As long as you are willing to pay an extra $9.99 a month.) Now you can still keep the current DVR only offers 30 hours of DVR storage.

fuboTV has not released any official statement on this but we have confirmed that you can signup for the add-on.

So would an advanced 500-hour DVR service make you more willing to try fuboTV? Leave us a comment and let us know.

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  • TerryL

    They need to implement their DVR on their streaming apps such as Roku, AppleTV, etc. along with a full function video player to play back the recordings. They also need to improve their Guide to match the browser version, then it might be worth it.

  • Bob Kirsch

    DVR storage sounds great, channel lineup very limited so no matter to me, keeping SlingTV

    • JeffO

      Yeah, im with you. I’m not sure how you can market yourself as a sports heavy option in the US and not have NFL Net, NHL Net or the ESPN family? I’m sure its an expensive get but really?

      • John

        They do offer NFL Network and RedZone. They can only add what they are allowed too, if a Network tells them no or “Not yet” there’s not much fuboTV can do. From what I’ve seen people post they are working on getting the Disney owned channels (as in ESPN channels).