It seems like there are fewer and fewer reasons every day to keep subscribing to overpriced cable and satellite TV packages. Even the biggest fans of live TV can now find cheaper and better options than legacy pay TV services. Take fuboTV, for instance: it's a live TV streaming service, or “skinny bundle.” With fuboTV, you can get the live network television channels that you crave without having to go crawling back to the overpriced cable and satellite companies. Here's everything that you need to know about fuboTV, from what channels fuboTV has to how much fuboTV costs and how to sign up for — or cancel — fuboTV.What Channels Are on fuboTV?fuboTV's channel selection is pretty robust, and it includes most of the channels that we've come to expect from skinny bundle services. Popular network TV channels like AMC, TBS, and TNT are on board. You can get your news from CNN or from Fox News Channel, among other options.fuboTV doesn't have ESPN, but it does have an impressive array of other sports networks, including FS1, FS1, and NBCSN. You'll find league- and conference-specific channels like NFL Network and PAC-12 Networks, plus regional sports networks. And fuboTV has lots of sports channels that cover major foreign soccer leagues, which makes it a particularly appealing choice for fans of the beautiful game.Love soccer? fuboTV can help.CBS, Fox, and NBC are all available on fuboTV. In select markets, you'll get live local feeds of these major networks. That means local news, NFL games, and more. Again, the availability of these local and regional television channels is going to vary from place to place, so you'll want to check and see what you can get in your local area. You can find out online, or you can just sign up for fuboTV's free trial offer and flip through the channels yourself (we'll talk more about that free trial offer in a later section).Here are a few of the highlights:AMCCartoon NetworkCBSCNNFoxFox NewsNBCNFL NetworkTBSTNTFor a complete accounting of the network television channels available on fuboTV, check out fuboTV's website.What Devices Can I Use to Watch fuboTV?fuboTV has very impressive platform support, so you should have no trouble at all watching it on just about any streaming device that you'd like to use. You can watch fuboTV on the go using mobile devices, and you can watch it on your TV using any of the most popular streaming platforms. Plus, you can watch fuboTV in your web broswer, on your tablet, and on all sorts of other devices. Check out the full list of options below.Streaming platforms and devicesAndroid TVApple TVChromecastFire TVRokuMobile devicesAndroidiOS (iPhones and iPads)OtherIn-browser app (PCs, Macs, and other computers)How Much Does fuboTV Cost?fuboTV offers two English-language bundles, one Spanish-language bundle, one Portuguese-language bundle, and a handful of add-on bundles that can be subscribed to only alongside a base package.You're reading this page in English, so let's start with the English-language options. fuboTV's two English-language base packages are “fubo” and “fubo Extra.” fubo Extra is larger than fubo in terms of channel count, and it costs a bit more than its little brother.fubo costs $44.99 per month, while fubo Extra costs $49.99 per month. Both come at a discounted price for your first month of service, and both can be tested out risk-free via fuboTV's free trial offer. More on all of that later in our Deals on fuboTV section!fubo Latino, fuboTV's Spanish-language option, is $17.99 per month. fubo Portuguªs costs $19.99 per month.If you subscribe to one of these base packages, then you can also choose to add optional add-on bundles. For instance, Sports Plus will give you extra sports channels — including the popular NFL RedZone — for an extra $8.99 per month. For a full list of fuboTV's add-on options, check out fuboTV's website.Deals on fuboTVDon't want to pay full price for fuboTV? No problem: there are lots of ways to save big on fuboTV.For starters, fuboTV offers discounts on both of its English-language base packages for your first month of paid service. You can get a month of fubo for $39.99 (instead of the usual $44.99) or a month of fubo Extra for $44.99 (instead of the usual $49.99). When the first month is over, your subscription will keep renewing at the regular monthly price.fuboTV also offers a free trial, which we'll talk about in depth in the next section.On top of all of this, fuboTV offers occasional promotional deals. Depending on what's available, you could get a fuboTV subscription and streaming device bundles together, could enjoy free channels as part of a special preview or promotion, and more. Check out the latest deals on fuboTV's website or find them through our coverage right here!Getting a fuboTV Free TrialLike many of its skinny bundle peers, fuboTV will let you try out its service before you buy. You can sign up for a week-long free trial on fuboTV's website. Doing so will give you risk-free access to all of fuboTV's live network TV channels and other features, and you can cancel at any time before the end of the trial without paying a dime. To sign up for fuboTV's free trial offer, click here.fuboTV ContractsCable and satellite services aren't just overpriced — they're also full of hidden fees, sneaky tricks, and unfair contracts.With skinny bundles like fuboTV, you don't have to worry about that. A fuboTV subscription is month-to-month. It will renew automatically, but you can cancel it at any time and have your subscription end after your current billing period.That means that the most you've got at stake at any given time is your current monthly rate. Just keep an eye on the calendar and cancel before the auto-renew date if you don't think you want to pay for fuboTV next month. It's a pretty minimal commitment and a pretty minimal risk!How to Cancel fuboTVCancelling fuboTV isn't tough. Just log into your account on fuboTV's website and head into your account settings. You'll find a “Cancel your subscription” option in there under the “Subscription” menu option.When you cancel fuboTV, you'll still get to keep it through the end of your current billing period (after all, you've already paid for that access!). You won't be reimbursed for any days you have left, so just be sure to cancel before the auto-renew date if you don't want to be charged next month. The risk is pretty minimal because, as we explained in the last section, fuboTV's billing period is just one month and there is no long-term contract.Of course, if you cancel during your free trial period, you won't be charged at all.All About fuboTVThere's so much to say about fuboTV. We've said some of it here, but you'll find plenty more about fuboTV on Cordcutting.com. 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