YouTube Premium is now available in seventeen more countries after its soft launch in five markets and it opens with a free three-month trial…
This May, Google released YouTube Premium and YouTube Music premium to five countries eligible for Red. Now, the company is widening its availability to include twelve new countries, such as Canada and France.
YouTube Premium and Music Launches Globally with Family Plan Pricing
For those unfamiliar, YouTube Premium is an ad-free experience, featuring background playbacks, offline downloads, and access to YouTube Originals. While YouTube Music is Google’s latest streaming service. It also offers ad-free content. Previously, these were limited to the United States, Mexico, South Korea, Australia, and New Zealand.
With it, users can enjoy easy access to thousands of playlists, artist radio, live performances, remixes, music videos and more. It arrives with a free tier but users can remove ads with a $9.99 subscription. The Family Plan is now likewise available in the United States and Canada for $14.99 per month.
What’s more, it arrives with a free three-month trial. “Current YouTube Red and Google Play Music members (including family plans) in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, and Mexico will automatically receive access to YouTube Premium at their current price. Google Play Music subscribers in all other countries will automatically receive access to YouTube Music Premium at their current price as it becomes available there.”
The latest countries added today include: Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. The latest version of the apps for Android, along with iOS, are now available for download.