Last week, fubo removed the Starter plan, its least expensive plan, from its list of options for new subscribers. Plans now start with Pro for $69.99 per month. Over the weekend, fuboTV began emailing current subscribers to let them know that the Starter plan is no longer available, and anyone subscribed to that plan will be migrated to the Pro plan on the next billing cycle after May 1.
Along with removing the Starter plan, fuboTV shared that all previously offered promotional bundles and legacy plans will be dropped, and those subscribers will also be moved to the Pro plan. That includes the Family, Entertainment, Ultra, and Starter Promo bundles.
There will be no change for Fubo Pro or Fubo Elite subscribers.
The email to subscribers says:
It is always our mission to provide you with a leading package of premium sports, news, and entertainment content, plus innovative product features, while providing value and keeping costs low for our subscribers.
In the spirit of that mission, we no longer offer your current plan and will be migrating you to our value-packed Fubo Pro plan.
The Fubo Pro plan includes over 110 channels. Plus increased Cloud DVR space (1,000 hours), expanded household sharing capabilities (up to 10 devices at once) and even more content – including GAC and the brand-new Magnolia Network. You’ll also continue to enjoy live sports and more in 4K UHD.
This change will take place on your next billing cycle after May 1, 2022, with your new subscription price adjusting to $69.99/month plus applicable taxes and fees.
Please visit suport.fubo.tv for more information.
The new pricing puts fuboTV in line with DIRECTV Stream and Hulu with Live TV which raised its live TV package price to $69.99 in November 2021. With the price hike, Hulu with Live also began offering access to Disney+ and ESPN+.