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YouTube TV Updates – More content and a new price 0 Recommended Answers 109 Replies 2199 Upvotes
Last edited 4/10/19
Since the launch of YouTube TV two years ago, we’ve been working to bring you the best of live TV – we expanded nationwide, added 10+ new channels, improved our DVR and launched many new features to take your viewing experience to the next level.
- More of your favorite networks: We’ve heard what you’ve been asking for and today we’re excited to announce that we’re bringing more of your favorite channels from Discovery Networks and Scripps. All members will now have access to HGTV, Food Network, Discovery Channel, Investigation Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, Travel Channel, and Motor Trend. Epix will also be available as an add-on.
- New price: To keep bringing you the best service possible, we’re updating our membership price to $49.99/month. The price for members billed through Apple will be $54.99/month. This new price takes effect today, April 10, for new members. Existing subscribers will see these changes reflected in their subsequent billing cycle after May 13.
The updated pricing will continue to include access to our 70+ networks, up to 6 accounts per household (each with its own unique recommendations and cloud DVR with no storage space limits), and 3 concurrent streams – all in the base cost of YouTube TV. No additional fees are required for broadcast, HD, set-top box, DVR, or otherwise.
Read more about these changes in our Help Center, including what this means for you if your membership is paused, and how to update your billing and the status of your account.
– Jordan (TeamYouTube)
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