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Sports fans can now cut the cord without worry

Sports fans can now cut the cord without worry
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Millions of people in the U.S. have cut the cord over the past few years. The reason it's such a popular trend is it's a great way to save some serious coin.

With cable and satellite bills skyrocketing, consumers are looking for a more affordable way to watch TV. That's why they are turning to streaming services.

There is one group of people who are leery about cutting the cord though. I'm talking about sports fans. Many of them fear that they won't be able to watch sporting events live and let's face it, that's the only way to really enjoy a sporting event.

Good news! There's now a streaming service that lets you watch tons of live sports.

I'm talking about fuboTV.

With fuboTV, you can stream the most live sports for the least amount of money. Get over 65 channels with full live games from all the top leagues for $44.99 per month.

NBA, NHL, NFL, college football, European and MLS soccer, MLB, and more live and in HD. Plus acclaimed TV series, live news and award-winning movies. Enjoy Cloud DVR and dedicated sports navigation to watch what you want, when you want.

fuboTV has over 10,000 hours of on-demand TV shows and movies. So you can catch up on TV series and blockbusters from SHOWTIME, FX and more. Plus, with a fuboTV account, you can log in and stream entertainment from more than 25 other apps including CBS, FOX, NBC, Bravo, and more.

You can try the service for free for seven days. To get started, download the free app by clicking the appropriate link inside the blue boxes below. It's available on both iOS and Android.

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