fuboTV PlayStation Vue Bundles

fuboTV PlayStation Vue Bundles fubo ($34.99/mo first month $44.99/mo after) fubo Premium ($39.99/mo first month $49.99/mo after) fubo Latino ($17.99/mo) fubo Portuguese ($19.99/mo) Access ($39.99/mo) Core ($44.99/mo) Ultimate ($54.99/mo) Extreme ($74.99/mo) Network packs: fubo Cycling International Sports Plus Adventure Plus RAI Italia Portugal FuboTV PlayStation View Channel 9/10″10/10 bundles7/10 9/10 Supported devices 5/10 8/10 9/10 9/10 Overall Score 8/10 9.3/10

fuboTV vs PlayStation Vue: Side by Side Comparison

The next step in our comparative guide is to put these two platforms to toe and see which one wins in which department. Let’s get to it, then.

“3/3.1792.png” Will these sites provide you with enough space to choose your favorite channels, providing price ranges that suit your needs? Let’s figure it out! FuboTV: There are four bundles that you can purchase on fuboTV, two of which offer Spanish and Portuguese channels costing $17.99 and $19.99 a month. Then there are the main bundles with more than 85 channels-Extra fubo and fubo. Fubo costs $44.99 a month, and fubo Extra costs $49.99 a month. PlayStation Vue: You’ll also find four bundles on PlayStation Vue with prices ranging from $44.99 a month to $79.99 a month with the latter one also featuring HBO and Showtime access. Each bundle contains dozens of channels, with the number climbing along with the price.

Customization Options

“3/3.1793.png” If one of the main reasons you cut the cord was to be able to choose which channels you are going to be watching this is the category that interests you. We’re sure you’d like to be able to DVR some of your favorite shows when you’re not at home as well as watch something different from your partner so let’s see what those platforms have to offer. FuboTV: Gives you two options when it comes to DVR fuboTV. The first is to comply with the free 30 hours of storage space that comes with the subscription and the second is to pay $9.99 a month to upgrade to Cloud DVR Plus for 500 hours. Similarly, fuboTV offers subscribers the opportunity to watch simultaneously on two devices, or to pay another $5.99 a month to add an additional device with Family Share. PlayStation Vue: PlayStation Vue expresses your DVR limit in the number of programs not hours which is great as some shows can last for several hours. Oh and the threshold is 500. The recordings can be kept for 28 days or until that whatever comes first is removed. At the same time, you can watch at no extra charge on five different devices. And since this is a great feature, we should mention it too – you can watch up to three programs simultaneously on the same screen – if you like, split screen on steroids. Winner: PlayStation Vue is the clear winner here due to the outstanding DVR capabilities and the large number of devices it allows to play simultaneously on.

“3/3.1795.png” When you’re preparing to move online to watch live TV, you’ll also need to make sure your Internet supports network-high live streams. FuboTV: FuboTV recommendations mean that you need a 5 Mbps link to stream 720p 10 Mbps internet videos for 1080p and over 25 Mbps to play those 4 K games that fuboTV has on weekends. If you plan to watch multiple screens simultaneously on the same network, you’ll need to have a stronger connection. PlayStation Vue: PlayStation Vue recommends users have download speeds of at least 10 Mbps for high-quality streams. Any additional screen that streams content needs 5 Mbps more.

Supported Devices

“3/3.1796.png” The beauty of OTT platforms is that you can watch live TV anywhere you wish on any device. Let’s see if your favorite devices support those platforms. PlayStation Vue: Nobody will be shocked by this but PlayStation Vue works on … PlayStation consoles. It also works on Roku Apple TV Chromecast iOS Android TV and Amazon Fire TV. Smart TVs or Xbox consoles don’t have support. Winner: PlayStation Vue is the winner here too, because it comes with PS3 and PS4 support.


How easily do you know how to use the platform and get from one channel to the next? FuboTV: If you want to switch from channel to channel, you’ll know intuitively how to do that and you’ll even be able to check a really cool guide that tells you what your favorite sports events are focused on. PlayStation Vue: Thanks to the intuitive interface, it is quite easy to figure out what you need to do on PlayStation Vue too. You can also watch multiple live streams simultaneously in a split-screen format that’s also very easy to set up. Winner: We’ve got a tie here, because both are so easy to work with and figure out. Nowadays, this is one of the great things about platform designs – you don’t need to “learn” how to use them – you just do.

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