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Verizon Wireless Is Now Offering a Free Month of YouTube TV With New Unlimited Plans

youtube tv logoLast month we learned that Verizon Fios was offering a free month of YouTube TV to new internet customers. Now Verizon Wireless has started to offer a free month of YouTube TV when you buy a new phone with an Unlimited plan.

We first learned about this deal back in April, Verizon announced plans to offer YouTube TV to its Fios customers. Now Verizon Wireless is finally making the deal a reality was a push for new wireless customers. After the free month, YouTube TV will cost $49.99 a month thereafter.

What is YouTube TV?

YouTube TV  is the live streaming service from YouTube. This is not YouTube where the content comes from individual content creators (although you will find some original shows from YouTube creators on the YouTube Originals channel). The streaming service has many major networks for watching prime time TV, sports, news, movies, and more.

With a YouTube TV subscription, you’ll get 70+ channels including live local channels. You’ll also have access to a library of on-demand content.

How can I watch?

You can use YouTube TV on the following devices:

• Android Phones L or later
• iPhones iOS 9.1 or later
• iPad iOS 9.1 or later
• Android L or later
• Chrome web browser
• Google Chromecast
• Roku
• Apple TV
• Android TV
• Xbox One
• Supported Samsung and LG TVs

Note: YouTube TV is not currently available on Pixel C devices but will be soon.

What channels will I get?

This is the channel lineup for YouTube TV. As always, live local channels will depend on your location.

• AMC
• ABC
• Animal Planet
• BBC America
• BBC World News
• Bravo
• Big Ten Network
• CBS
• CBS Sports
• Cartoon Network
• Cheddar Business
• Cheddar News
• CNBC
• CNN
• Comet
• CW
• Discovery
• Disney
• Disney XD
• Disney Junior
• E!
• ESPN
• ESPN 2
• ESPN U
• ESPN News
• ESPN SEC
• Food Network
• Fox
• Fox Business
• Fox News
• Fox Sports
• Freeform
• FS1
• FS2
• FX
• FXM
• FXX
• HGTV
• HLN
• IFC
• ID
• Local Now
• Los Angeles Football Club
• MLB Network
• Motor Trend
• MSNBC
• My TV
• National Geographic
• Nat Geo Wild
• NBA TV
• NBC
• NBC Golf
• NBC Sports
• NBC SN
• Neon
• NESN
• Newsy
• Olympic Channel
• Orlando City SC
• Pop
• Seattle Sounders
• Smithsonian Channel
• SNY
• Start TV
• Sundance TV
• SyFy
• Tastemade
• TBS
• Telemundo
• Tennis Channel
• TLC
• TNT
• Turner Classic Movies
• Travel Channel
• Tru TV
• Universal Kids
• Universo
• USA
• WE TV
• YES
• TYT
• YouTube Originals

Can I record content?

Yes. A YouTube TV subscription comes with a Cloud DVR with unlimited storage. You can record shows simultaneously and watch from any of your compatible devices. Recordings are saved for nine months and when you’ve saved content, you can stream it from anywhere in the US.

Can I watch on more than one screen at once?

You can have six accounts per household, making it easy for each member of the family to personalize their viewing experience with their favorite channels and content.

Can I use my YouTube TV account to log in to TV Everywhere apps?

Yes. YouTube TV members can watch TV Everywhere by signing in on supported network streaming sites. Choose YouTube TV as your provider at sign-in and use your YouTube TV username and password for access.

Now you can get everything YouTube TV has to offer and get Fios internet starting at $39.99 per month*, plus a free month of YouTube TV.

*Plus taxes, equipment charges, and other fees with Auto Pay.

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