YouTube TV is the most up to option for slicing the rope to your cable provider, while as yet having the ability to watch the shows you’ve gotten snared on over the years. While anybody can get a membership to YouTube TV, you’ll be in a covered market keeping in mind the end goal to watch local programs like the news.
We have the points of interest on where you should be, to get to everything YouTube TV brings to the table.
What countries can access YouTube TV?
As of now, just users in the U.S. will have the option to use the YouTube TV. This is most likely in light of the fact that it won’t be promptly accessible to all parts of the US, and Google needs to get it took off totally before looking to different nations. If it rolls out to different nations it will be a while before we catch wind of it.
What are the currently covered areas for YouTube TV?
Right now, YouTube TV is available in over 30 different Metropolitan markets and the local programming therein. However, if you don’t live in one of these markets you can still sign up for YouTube TV to access national programming and recorded programs.
Will it be expanding?
Yes, Google initially rolled out YouTube TV to 10 major metropolitan markets. Since then it’s already expanded into more than 40 markets, with more room to grow. Considering in just a few months it has more than tripled the markets it’s available in, it’s a solid bet to continue to see this kind of growth.
This means that even if you aren’t in a city with YouTube TV right now, that may change sooner than you think.