YouTube TV ready to enter 10 more markets


The battle for your pay TV dollar is on now that YouTube TV is up and running with a package of some 50 channels for just $35 a month!

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Watch all the live TV you want for $35 a month!

Residents of New York, Los Angeles, the San Francisco area, Chicago and Philadelphia got first crack at signing up for YouTube TV a little more than two months ago.

Next up, reports the service will be available in 10 more cities:

  • Atlanta
  • Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Dallas-Fort Worth
  • Detroit
  • Houston
  • Miami-Fort Lauderdale
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul
  • Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, Florida
  • Phoenix
  • Washington, D.C.

YouTube TV is what’s called a “skinny bundle” in the industry — a streamlined offering of channels at a low price point.

The YouTube TV package includes live streaming broadcasts from major networks ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, plus a ton of other popular cable channels.

In May, the lineup was expanded with seven new channels.

YouTube TV also has unlimited cloud DVR capability — sure to be another big selling point. Though we should note that recorded shows will disappear after nine months.

The $35-a-month price point covers six accounts, but only three simultaneous streams can be watched at once.


Always comparison shop before you sign up!

Remember though, finding the best deal for pay TV ultimately involves a lot of comparison shopping.

Be sure to call your local cable company and ask about their skinny bundles offers. You may be able to get more of the channels you want for less than you’re paying them right now.

Limited-time offer: Get a free ChromeCast when you sign up

You can try YouTube TV right now for free for one month. And as a special sign-up offer, you’ll receive a free Google Chromecast after your first payment. Available while supplies last.

YouTube TV not available in your area?

If YouTube TV isn’t yet offered in your area, you can sign up to be notified when it becomes available.

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