Following Hulu, Directv NOW and other streaming services, YouTube TV announced today that it will be increasing its price to $50 per month, and $55 per month for customers billed through Apple. That’s a significant hike, considering the original YouTube TV plan cost just $35 per month.
The upcoming app will appeal to cable TV cord cutters. For just $35 per month, you will be able to stream traditional cable television shows on ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, CW, Disney, ESPN, FX, USA and dozens of other major channels.
Announced a month ago, Google’s live TV streaming bundle launched today in five U.S. markets. Named YouTube TV, it’s available in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia and Chicago.
YouTube TV gives you access to live TV streaming from Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC and popular cable networks along with content from 39 other local broadcast networks and channels like ESPN, in exchange for $35 per month.