YouTube TV Prices
Launched in 2017, YouTube TV combines live television, video-on-demand services, and DVR playback features. Keep in mind that the streaming service will not bring YouTube videos to your mobile devices and televisions – there’s the YouTube app for this purpose.
There are more than 60 live television networks that can be streamed on YouTube TV via the Internet. These include major U.S. networks like NBC, Fox, ABC, CBS, ESPN, TBS, and CNN. The networks that can be viewed using YouTube TV depend on the region – New Yorkers, for example, can access 59 networks including several local network affiliates. Subscribers can also access the YouTube TV Originals and YouTube Red channels so there’s an expanded viewing lineup than with many other streaming services.
The supported platforms include smart televisions like Roku ad Apple TV, computers, mobile devices, and streaming boxes with Android or iOS. The television set should have Android TV operating system. It’s also supported on Xbox One consoles and via Chromecast.
The YouTube TV prices are in the mid-range of the industry prices. There’s a free seven-day trial and there’s no annual contracts to tie down subscribers. Add-ons are also available for an extra charge; the add-ons include Fox Soccer Plus, Sundance Now, and Shudder. Each subscription also allows for up to six separate user accounts and up to three simultaneous streams.
Prices shown in USD.
Price per month.
Live TV from 60+ networks, 6 accounts per household, Cloud DVR with no storage limits, Up to 3 simultaneous streams. (Free 30 day free trial)