Today Consolidated Communications and fuboTV announced a deal to offer fuboTV to Consolidated Communications’ customers.
“Our customers crave the best in TV content when they want it and where they want it,” said Rob Koester, vice president of product management, consumer services at Consolidated Communications. “With its abundance of live, national and regional sports and must-watch entertainment channels, fuboTV delivers content that will supplement our video offerings.” Consolidated Communications, a top 10 fiber provider in the U.S., is the first communications company to ink a deal with fuboTV.
“We are excited that Consolidated is bringing our sports-first streaming TV service to its customers, and is the first broadband provider to take advantage of our partnership with the NCTC announced earlier this year,” said Min Kim, vice president of business development at fuboTV. “Our streaming package, which has the most sports for the least money, gives Consolidated customers even more reasons to love their fast, fiber-based high-speed Internet.”
fuboTV currently offers 65+ live channels and can record up to 30 hours of programming through their personal cloud-based DVR, with no additional device or cost required, and the ability to pay to upgrade to 500 hours of DVR capacity. Also at no additional cost, subscribers also get access to thousands of hours of video-on-demand (VOD) programming, as well as the ability to log into dozens of network websites and apps using a fuboTV user name and password.
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