Fubo TV is a live TV streaming service that helps you cut the cord on your pricey cable bundle. It also lets you watch four streams simultaneously with the help of cloud DVR and the picture-in-picture Multiview function.
The platform recently announced an increased subscription plan that includes Regional Sports Networks (television programs that focus on local sports). So, location will also affect the type of content that is available on RSNs.
Fubo TV Regional Sports Networks fee
However, it seems that the price hike hasn’t gone down well with some users because they are unsure of the content they’ll be getting. Additionally, the price is now even greater than most offerings (1,2,3).
As mentioned above, people in various regions can now access diverse sports networks depending on what is accessible in their location (thanks to the price hike based on RSNs).
The new subscription model will also not give a month-to-month billing option for new prospective Fubo members which might come across as quite an annoyance.
To further add to the frustration, questions related to the availability of certain sports channels or an option to decline RSN in your region continue to trouble users.
RSN options Is there going to be an option to decline the RSN for the region you are in?
Bravo? Live sports such as baseball, football, basketball? News channels? For less than xfinity? I’m waiting to hear the catch. Any thoughts?
Here’s the RSN you’ll receive
To clear any lingering doubts, the following is the Regional Sports fee based on the number of RSNs received in your area.
Note that no matter how many regional sports networks you get on Fubo TV, if you signed up using your Roku device, the Regional Sports fee will be $14.00/month.
Subscribers in every tier would receive the 19 Bally Sports RSNs depending on availability.
Although there were no price changes reported, it appears that these fees start at $11 per month. But it goes up to $14 per month for those with multiple RSNs.
How do you know if you are subject to a fee?
To know about the same, Fubo TV viewers can use the Virtual Assistant to check the RSNs available in their location.
If you follow the link, enter your ZIP code to start the virtual assistant by clicking the link provided on the official page.
Later, a regional sports fee based on amounts given to you will apply if one or more results are returned.
But you won’t receive any regional sports networks or be charged a regional sports fee if no results are returned.
We hope the information above clears up any misunderstandings concerning the Fubo TV Regional Sports Networks.
We’ll keep tabs on the latest developments and update this article accordingly.
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