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Youtube Increases The Subscription Of Youtube TV! Is It Worth Your Money? Check This Out!

Youtube introduced its Youtube TV in March 2017 with the Apple TV. The subscription for Youtube TV was $10 and by the time of March 2018, the price went up to $39.99. Let us see why youtube is increasing its subscription prices.

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Youtube which comes under Google, feels that by increasing the prices, customers are gonna get attracted and buy the subscription, because people feel that if they product is expensive, it would be good. The company also said that it is adding eight more channels owned by cable network Discovery, including the Discovery channel, HGTV, Food Network, TLC and Animal Planet. YouTube also plans to add the OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network later this year.

Currently Youtube TV subscription is $50 (Rs. 3450) per month which is really expensive as Cable TV is really cheaper than Youtube TV with $15 per month. Youtube TV is even more expensive with Apple TV charging $54 (Rs. 3800).

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