How to get started for a free FuboTV trial

How to get started for a free FuboTV trial

If you''ve been contemplating acquiring FuboTV, you''ve probably wondered if there''s a way to test out the live TV streaming service for free.

FuboTV is currently one of the most popular live TV streaming service providers in the country, which provides consumers with live access to over 100 channels, including offering selection live sports broadcasts in 4K. FuboTV receives monthly subscriptions and no contracts.

Fortunately, there''s a free trial that allows you to test out FuboTV without having to pay here''s all you need to know.

How to sign up for FuboTV free trial

The following works the same: whether you''re on a desktop computer, or on your phone or tablet. (In fact, the FuboTV app will just kick you into a browser to sign up anyway.)

Right, folks. FuboTV is now offering a free trial, which will last you seven days before the initial monthly payment.

What devices support FuboTV?

FuboTV is based on nearly every streaming hardware available for PlayStation users, including Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Google Chromecast, computers, Hisense TVs, iPhone, iPad, iPod, and LG TVs, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Vizio SmartCast TV, and Xbox One models.

Here are our own favorites:

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K

The Fire TV Stick 4K in Amazon does not cost the most or does the same things as the Fire TV Cube. But here''s why we''d buy it ahead of the Cube: it includes support for Dolby Vision HDR (the Cube does not), as well as Dolby Atmos audio. And you can still pair it up with an inexpensive Amazon Echo Dot if you want hands-free voice control. And it operates almost every streaming app available.

Auerdem is hehrenklug.

The Fire TV Stick 4K isn''t the only affordable option to use with FuboTV. If Fire TV isn''t your thing, and you''re more of a Roku person, we''d suggest the Roku Ultra. It is the most powerful Roku device you can buy, with a price tag of $100. It will last you for years and give you the kind of performance you''ll expect from a device you''re going to use every day.

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