YouTube Premium (once known as YouTube Red) will be accessible for $11.99, yet that is old news. The current buzz is that clients can really get YouTube Premium for nothing, or at least they can give it a shot for nothing before spending cash.
So..how can I get it?
First-time endorsers of YouTube Premium are getting a facility to get YouTube Premium for nothing for a month. For the beginners, there would be a one-month free trial before the company charges the $11.99 every month expense.
Additionally, there is a possibility for clients to spare $2 consistently. However, such clients may need to do without the choice to get YouTube Premium for nothing for the first month. As per YouTube, supporters of YouTube Red will keep on enjoying YouTube Premium at the same $9.99 (rather than the new cost $11.99).
In this way, the 21st of May is the latest day before Google changes YouTube Red to YouTube Premium. Along these lines, clients who need to get into the $9.99 every month must subscribe to YouTube Red before that.
There is additionally a possibility for Google Play Music clients to get another new administration (YouTube Music Premium) for nothing. As indicated by Google, supporters of Google Play Music will consequently get the YouTube Music Premium membership.
About YouTube Music
The new YouTube Music comprehensively takes after the past model, yet it would be accessible as an independent membership and would be propelled in new markets. With original music administrations, Google means to go up against Spotify and Apple Music over the globe. Past endeavors, such as Google Play Music, did not look good for the company in the past.
YouTube’s most recent service will be released on the 22nd of May in existing markets, in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea. In the coming weeks, the service would release it in more markets including the UK, Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.