YouTube Rolled Out a YouTube Premium Annual Plan with Discount

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Recently, YouTube quietly added an annual plan for YouTube Premium and Music Premium. What’s more, the platform is currently offering the services at a heavy discount, however, that will end very soon. 

What’s more, YouTube Premium and YouTube Music Premium are currently displaying a “Or save money with an annual, family, or student plan” message below the ”Try it free” button. Though the last two options have been there for a while; the annual plan is new. 

Now, users have the option to pay $107.99 for an annual subscription, rather than paying a monthly subscription of $11.99. Obviously, the former plan is beneficial for users in terms of saving money. Specifically, users will save $3 monthly or $36 yearly. It is important to note that this offer will end on Sunday, January 23. So, this offer will last for the next few days. After that, you will have to buy the membership at regular pricing. 

Moreover, a support page also indicates that this is a non-recurring subscription. In other words, you will have to renew it every year manually. Plus, there is no option for partial refunds. 

Also Read: OnePlus 9RT 5G Released in India, Here is Everything There’s to Know.

Countries supporting YouTube Premium annual plan

Here is the list of countries that currently supports Annual Plans: 

United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Russia, Turkey, Germany, Thailand, India, and Japan. 

Below are the steps to sign-up for Premium on Android as well as the web: 

  • Go to YouTube or YouTube Music app/website
  • Click on your profile photo > Get YouTube Premium
  • Click on Save money on annual, family, or student plan
  • Select Get Annual Plan
  • Follow the steps as prescribed

Also Read: Google Removed Feature from Speakers Due To Copyright Infringement.


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