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PUBG Mobile Prime, Prime Plus subscriptions are here

02 April 2019 4

Tencent has officially released PUBG Mobile Prime and Prime Plus subscriptions for all the gamers around the globe. These are monthly subscriptions which offer various game items in exchange for a monthly fee. They can be purchased from within the game on Android and iOS like any other in-game purchase depending on what kind of benefits you are interested in availing.

As you might have guessed, PUBG Mobile Prime is the cheapest membership between the two options. It has been priced Rs. 79 and Rs. 85 on iOS and Android respectively for Indian users. It is said to be $0.99 on both platforms in the United States. This membership offers purchase items with Battle Points (7 days/30 days) and 5 UC per day for the month (total of 150 UC).

For those want more, they can spend more on the PUBG Mobile Prime Plus subscription worth Rs. 799 (Rs. 400 for the first month) and Rs. 850 (Rs. 419 for the first month) on iOS and Android in India. In the United States, it will cost $4.99 for the first month and $9.99 per month after that.

Here are the PUBG Mobile Prime Plus benefits:

  • Collect 20 UC daily for a total of 600 UC
  • Purchase items with BP (seven days/30 days/permanent)
  • Earn 10 RP points per day
  • Daily discounts on different items
  • First Classic Crate lottery every day is 50 percent off

These subscriptions appear to be a server-side change which means you would not have to install a new update. Just open PUBG Mobile and you should see an alert notifying you about the plans.


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