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fuboTV Officially Announces Their New 500 Hour DVR Option


Yesterday we reported that fuboTV rolling out a new DVR with 500 hours of storage. Now fuboTV has officially announced the new DVR and its 500 hours of storage.

Here is an official statement from fuboTV on the new DVR:

fuboTV has once again expanded its DVR capabilities. Subscribers now have the ability to save up to 30 hours of programming for an unlimited amount of time – upgraded from the previous “10 slots” that expire after 10 days – as long as they remain an active subscriber.  Also new: as of today, subscribers have the option to expand their DVR capacity to 500 hours for an additional $9.99 per month.

You can add fuboTV’s new DVR as a add-on giving you access to 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 that only offers 30 hours of DVR storage.

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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  • Loren Kruse

    Sounds like they are starting to nickle and dime us like the cable companies did with cable box fees, outlet fees, and HD fee. Being sports centric who needs that many hours of recorded sports?

    • mnsportsgeek

      So then don’t buy it?

    • John

      Well, $9.99 for 500 hours is a pretty good deal. Considering Sling TV charges $5 a month for their DVR and only gives 50 hours and gives none for free. Hulu Live TV gives I think 50 for free and 500 for $14.99.

      Plus with fuboTV it isn’t all about sports anymore. They now offer History Channel, Travel, Food Network, CBS owned channels, FX, FXM, FXX, Chiller, etc and they keep adding more and more channels.

  • Robert Beier

    For that amount of space I would pay the extra $10, but is space the only change for their ‘advanced’ DVR? They need options for recording a season, limiting channels, extending recording time etc. for it to really be an ‘Advanced’ DVR…or even a standard DVR for that matter.

  • Nick Costides

    Great PQ, not a great interface on Apple TV> What good is a DVR when you can’t use it on Apple TV?

    • Doug “DiRT” Turner

      “What good is a DVR when you can’t use it on Apple TV?”

      Good for Android TV/SHIELD TV/Fire TV/iPad/iPhone/Android and Web users, that’s what.