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YouTube TV Can Be Used In More Locations From US

Google has made an official announcement last month confirming that the YouTube TV service will be released in more US markets sometime in the near future. Well, it seems that the big search engine company has kept its word and the YouTube TV is currently available in 10 new locations from the US.

The new locations where you can use YouTube TV service are: Dallas-Fort Worth, Washington D.C., Houston, Atlanta, Phoenix, Detroit, Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, and Charlotte.

To make things even better, there is also a 1-month trial, allowing you to test the service without having to pay a penny. However, once the free month ends, you will need to pay $35/month in order to keep using it.

About YouTube TV

YouTube was announced on February 28, 2017 during a press conference that was held at YouTube Space, Los Angeles. The YouTube TV was firstly launched in five major US markets: New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

On April 5, 2017, the YouTube TV service was offering live streams of programming from five major broadcast networks: NBC, Fox Broadcasting Company, The CW, CBS and ABC. In addition, this service was also able to stream about 40 cable channels owned by the corporate parents of the mentioned networks.

The YouTube TV subscribers can also receive Fox Soccer Plus and Showtime as optional add-ons for a few more bucks. To make things even better, you can also access YouTube Red original, but keep in mind that YouTube TV doesn’t include a YouTube Red subscription and you will also need to purchase this separately.

Are you using YouTube TV service? Tell us what other cable channels you would like to see being added to YouTube TV!

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