Recently some of our readers have told Cord Cutters News that fuboTV invited them to test out a new DVR. This new DVR seems to be a huge step up from what fuboTV has offered in the past.
According to our readers, fuboTV is testing out a 500-hour advanced DVR service that lets you keep your shows and movies for as long as you want them. The current DVR only offers 30 hours of DVR storage.
We reached out to fuboTV for comment, and they sent us the following statement
“Yesterday evening, some fuboTV customers experienced a disruption in service that resulted in the temporary inability to access the service. Our tech team identified and addressed the issue, and are working diligently to ensure that this is not repeated, and to incorporate fixes in the newest versions of our apps. We recognize the importance of a stable viewing experience, particularly to sports fans, and as a make-good to those who were affected, we are offering subscribers who were logged in and attempting to watch programming during this disruption a first-look at, and free, six-month upgrade to, our yet-to-be-announced Advanced DVR service. This includes an upgrade from 30 to 500 hours of storage, with no expiration.”
For now if you are not one of the lucky fuboTV subscribers to get the free upgrade you will have to wait for the new DVR option.
So would an advanced 500-hour DVR service make you more willing to try fuboTV? Leave us a comment and let us know.
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