Earlier this weekend fuboTV added the NFL Network and NFL Redzone but no official announcement came from fuboTV about the addition. Today fuboTV officially announced the addition of the NFL Network and NFL Redzone.
“The NFL is constantly looking for more ways to offer NFL content on platforms where fans are spending increasing amounts of time,” said Hans Schroeder, Chief Operating Officer of Media and Business for the NFL. “We’re excited to offer NFL Network and NFL RedZone through fuboTV, a service focused on serving sports fans on digital platforms that will provide yet another option for keeping up with NFL Network’s 24/7 NFL coverage and catching RedZone’s action-packed Sunday afternoon experience.”
“As our line-up has evolved, our mission remains the same: to offer the most popular sports in the world for the lowest price,” said David Gandler, co-founder and CEO of fuboTV. “Today we add a brand that is the epitome of premium sports content. NFL Network solidifies our basic bundle, and fans now have the option to add NFL RedZone along with 14 other sports channels to their subscription – making sure they don’t miss football’s most exciting moments every Sunday afternoon.”
fuboTV now offers over 65 channels in their entry-level bundle with 35 sports networks for the service that has long billed themselves as the service for sports fans. Typically $34.99 a month fuboTV right now has a deal for $19.99 a month for the first two months for new customers.
That page will give you 40% off Fubo TV for two months allowing you to try it out. (Note: Only THIS PAGE will give you the deal.)
Currently this new guide is only on its website but Fubo TV has stated that it will be updating its apps on other devices soon. Hopefully this new guide will roll out to its Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV apps soon.
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