Fubo TV price changes aren't actually price changes
How in the world are they managing that? Well, it's quite simple, really. They're doing away with the $65/month Starter plan, and moving all those subscribers to the $70/month Pro plan.
The Pro plan is already $70/month, and has been for a little while. But they're doing away with the smaller plan, and moving you to the higher plan. The Starter plan, the $65/month plan, is going away.
Now, you don't have to accept the move. You can simply cancel Fubo TV and pay nothing.
The bottom line is that if you're on the Starter ($65/month) plan, you'll pay more, because you get moved to an existing, and more expensive, plan.
That leaves YouTube TV as the final $65/month live streaming subscription service, the cheapest one with the four major network local channels.
Vidgo is still $55/month, but it only carries ABC and Fox locals. No NBC or CBS.
Sling TV is still $35/month, but no local channels, except in limited markets. Probably not yours. Certainly not mine.
Philo is still $25/month, but no locals.
Frndly.TV is still $7/month, and no locals.
So you certainly have options. If local channels are a must, and if you don't have an antenna, within a month, YouTube TV will be the cheapest option.
If you do have an antenna, or can put one up, then you have even cheaper options.
Streaming is getting more expensive. Everything is getting more expensive. I'll blame much of the high inflation on the policies of the government. Of course, elections have consequences. This is one of them. But I do not blame the rise in streaming services on the government. I think that'll come, but this isn't it.
Your Streaming Life is getting more expensive, and it's more and more important that you look at what you're spending your money on and why. I'm staying on top of my expenses. I want to keep as much of my hard earned money as I can.
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