BitTorrent launches ad-free uTorrent for $4.95 per year

You can now pay an annual fee to remove ads from the uTorrent client.

By - February 14, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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BitTorrent has launched a new annual subscription option to remove the ads from uTorrent, VentureBeat reported.

A subscription to uTorrent Ad-free will cost you $4.95 per year.

Previously, the only subscription option available was uTorrent Pro for $19.95 per year.

This included the removal of ads, malware protection, customer support, automatic format conversions, and instant torrent streaming.

uTorrent is one of the most popular BitTorrent clients in the world. In April 2015, BitTorrent announced that it had passed 100 million downloads on mobile alone across its myriad of apps.

This included uTorrent/BitTorrent for Android, uTorrent/BitTorrent Remote for Android, uTorrent Remote for iOS (Web app), and uTorrent Remote for Windows Phone.

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