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fuboTV Adds NFL Network, Red Zone

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fuboTV, the sports-themed live streaming service, has added the NFL Network and the NFL Red Zone channels to its lineup.

The NFL Network is now included in the ‘Fubo Premier’ basic plan which costs $34.95 a month and offers 36 different sports channels.

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The Red Zone channel will be part of fubo’s ‘Sports Plus’ add-on package, which costs $8.99 a month in addition to the basic Premier plan cost.

Sports Plus offers 15 different sports channels, including Fox College Sports Atlantic, Central and Pacific, Pac 12 Arizona, Bay Area Los Angeles, Mountain, Oregon and Washington, FNTSY Sports Network Fight Network, GolTV English, GolTV Spanish and TyC Sports.

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The Fubo Premier lineup includes 65 channels in total. In addition to the sports channels, the package has the USA Network, FX, Bravo, National Geographic Wild, MSNBC and several other basic cable channels.

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1 Comment on fuboTV Adds NFL Network, Red Zone

  1. Now they just need MLB Network and I might consider trying it out.

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