FuboTV Offers 40% Off Promo Package with BeIN Sports

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FuboTV has joined forces with the beIN Sports network to give new subscribers 40% off of fuboTV’s Premier package for their first two months. During the promotion, Fubo’s Premier package is just over $20, as opposed to the regular $34.99 a month and includes 58 streaming channels. FuboTV is compatible with Apple TV, Amazon Fire devices, Roku, and Chromecast. A FuboTV app is also available on Mac or Windows computers, iOS, and Android phones & tablets. Fubo has a built-in DVR with 10 available slots.

The beIN Sports network is still only available on roughly one in five cable or satellite packages, making FuboTV the easiest way to stream the world’s best football now that beIN is no longer on the Playstation Vue streaming service. beIN Sports is owned by the Al Jazeera network and has exclusive rights to stream many of the world’s biggest football (or soccer for us Yanks) leagues in many countries.

In the two years since the service launched, FuboTV has already gained popularity among sports fans, particularly fans of international football. But earlier this year, the streaming service decided to offer a full-fledged cord cutting solution for fans of all major sports. Fubo recently added a revolutionary “lookback” feature which lets sports fans catch up on any missed games “live” within three days of their original air date. FuboTV features live streams of ten different beIN Sports networks, five Fox Sports networks, the NBC Sports Network, NBC Golf, Football Report TV, Eleven Sports, as well as nearly two dozen streams from major cable networks. Some of the networks represented include packages from Fox and NBC, A&E, NBA TV, SyFy, National Geographic networks, Univision, the Weather Channel, Hallmark Channels, and more.

FuboTV’s and beIN Sport’s 40% off promotion ends June 23rd, 2017.

Check out our fuboTV review for more info on the service.

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