Hulu Introduces $70 Monthly Live TV Bundle for Sports Fans
by Pakistan News Staff Writer
In a move that is set to delight sports enthusiasts across Pakistan, streaming giant Hulu has launched a new live TV bundle, providing users with access to popular channels like NBC, Fox, CBS, and ESPN. Priced at $70 per month, the bundle aims to cater to the demand for live sports coverage, particularly NCAA college football games.
The package, which also includes channels such as ESPNU, Fox, FS1, CBSN, NBC, ACCN, Big Ten Network, and SECN, ensures that subscribers will have almost every channel necessary to enjoy NFL and NCAA football games in 2023. However, it’s important to note that Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime Video is not part of this offering.
In addition to the extensive sports coverage, subscribers to Hulu’s live TV bundle will also receive a subscription to Disney+. This means users can enjoy not only live sports but also a treasure trove of movies and shows from Disney’s vast library.
Moreover, Hulu’s live TV plans come with unlimited DVR storage, granting users the freedom to record their favorite games and watch them at their convenience. With the easy online cancellation process, signing up or canceling membership is a hassle-free experience, providing maximum convenience for users.
It is worth mentioning that unlike Hulu’s on-demand streaming service, there is currently no free trial available for the live TV bundle. However, given the comprehensive content lineup and additional perks, this package offers significant value for sports enthusiasts who are eager to catch every live game.
With its new live TV bundle, Hulu is positioning itself as a one-stop destination for sports fans, providing them with unprecedented access to live sports events, popular channels, and a vast selection of on-demand content. As the demand for streaming services continues to rise, Hulu’s competitive offering is likely to attract a substantial audience in Pakistan and beyond.
“Travel aficionado. Incurable bacon specialist. Tv evangelist. Wannabe internet enthusiast. Typical creator.”