YouTube Premium family plan presently costs $23 per month

YouTube Premium family plan presently costs $23 per month

On the off chance that you subscribe to a YouTube Premium family plan, you might want to check your email: Google is notifying users that the monthly cost of the service will be going up by $5 every month.

Beginning in November, most clients will begin paying $22.99 per month for YouTube Premium — however there is by all accounts some slack. While the main declaration says that the cost increment begins the next billing cycle on or after November 21st, some legacy subscribers won’t see their bill jump for a considerable length of time. Their cost wouldn’t increment until April because of their status as a “long-standing and valued member.”

With the new cost structure, the family plan is less of a bargain for smaller groups. At $17.99, getting involved with the family plan for only two clients offered a significant savings over individual accounts. Presently, a two-user family will save just $1 per month. For now, notwithstanding, single-user costs continue as before: $11.99 per month for individual accounts and $6.99 for students. The advantages haven’t changed either, with Premium actually offering users an ad-free YouTube experience, the ability to download videos for offline viewing, access to YouTube Music, and the ability to keep on playing music and videos behind the scenes or with your phone screen off.

Essentially you actually don’t have to subscribe to Premium to watch videos in 4K.

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