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Fubo’s Most Expensive ‘Premier’ Plan Returns For New Subscribers

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Fubo’s Premier plan has made its return weeks after disappearing for new subscribers. There doesn’t appear to be any changes with the returned version and it once again now means new customers have an additional choice when considering signing up to Fubo’s live TV streaming service.

Streaming Better first noticed that the Premier plan had disappeared for new customers in mid-March. While it is not uncommon for the Premier plan to rotate in and out of circulation throughout the year, it is usually replaced with the Ultimate plan. On this occasion, however, the Premier plan disappeared without any replacement.

From what we can tell, the Premier plan returned to the Fubo website on Tuesday, meaning it was out of commission for roughly three weeks. It also looks like no changes have been made to the plan, with Premier still costing $99.99 a month and unlocking access to the main Fubo channel lineup as well as the fubo Extra, News Plus and Showtime premium add-ons.

Whether intentional or not, it looks like the timing of the return of Fubo’s most expensive package coincided with the ending of its recent $20 off deal. Still, those looking for an English-language live TV package once again do now have three options from Fubo to choose between. Along with Premier at $99.99/month, there’s the $89.99/month Elite and $79.99/month Pro live TV packages. All of these plans are subject to an additional RSN fee in many locations, raising the price of each package by as much as $15 a month.

As a reminder for new customers, Fubo is currently offering a 14-day free trial to Cleveland Guardians, Houston Astros, Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers fans, as part of a wider marketing agreement between Fubo and the Major League Baseball teams.

John Finn

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