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YouTube TV is now available across the U.S.

Written by Matti Vähäkainu @ 29 Mar 2019 12:49 User comments (1)

YouTube TV is now available across the U.S. YouTube TV, Google's answer to cable TV, was originally founded in February of 2017, but now just over two years ago it has officially been expanded to cover the entire United States.
The online TV service that provides both local channels as well as pay cable TV first started in April 2017 with five markets in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Francisco. Now YouTube TV's official Twitter account has announced that it is available in every television market in the United States.

The last market to join the YouTube TV family is Glendive, Montana. Unfortunately YouTube TV didn't want to celebrate the occasion by revealing some subscription stats or any other interesting nuggets of information.

YouTube TV starts at $40/mo with around 70 channels, depending on the location, and additional channels increasing the cost. It includes Cloud DVR with no storage limits and works with up to 6 separate accounts within household.


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13.4.2019 10:18

Was tempted until I realized I would not have access to previously aired shows unless I recorded them.


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