PUBG Mobile Prime & Prime Plus Subscriptions: All You Need to Know

New PUBG Mobile Prime and Prime Plus subscriptions can be purchased from within the game’s interface. 

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PUBG Mobile Prime subscriptions offers a lot of goodies to users.
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PUBG Mobile is offering more goodies to its users, but these you'll have to pay for. The latest PUBG Mobile update 0.11.5 has brought forth with it the new Prime and Prime Plus subscriptions. These subscriptions will allow players to purchase Unknown Cash (UC), discounts, and an option to buy items with Battle Points (BP).

These subscriptions have gone live on the game's interface and can be purchased from there. It has been noticed that there is a certain discrepancy in pricing for both iOS and Android where subscription prices in the latter are more expensive.

The PUBG Mobile Prime and Prime Plus subscription price for Android based devices starts from Rs 85 per day. For Prime Plus users have to pay Rs 400 per for a month and the amount goes up to Rs 850 after the first month.

For iOS users, the monthly subscription is for Rs 79 and Rs 419 for Prime and Prime Plus respectively, with Prime Plus being Rs 799 after that.

The new Prime and Prime Plus subscriptions for PUBG Mobile.
The new Prime and Prime Plus subscriptions for PUBG Mobile.
(Photo: PUBG Mobile)

Here’s what all you are getting with the PUBG Mobile Prime and Prime Plus subscriptions:

PUBG Mobile Prime Subscription Features

  1. Purchase items with Battle Points (BP) (7 days/ 30 days)
  2. Collect 5 Unknown Cash (UC) daily for total of 150 UC

PUBG Mobile Prime Plus Subscription Features

  1. Collect 20 UC daily for total of 600 UC
  2. Buy items with BP (7 days/30 days/permanent)
  3. Earn 10 Royal Pass (RP) points per day
  4. Get daily discounts on different items
  5. First Classic Crate lottery every day is 50 percent off

Some of the addition to the 0.11.5 update are slowly rolling out and rumours are that the 0.12.0 update is also in the pipeline. We’ll keep you updated on the same.

There has been a sudden surge in the number of updates being pushed by the game’s developers as in the coming months things are expected to become competitive for PUBG with games like Call of Duty: Mobile coming soon.

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