YouTube Premium and Music Premium Now Available in More Countries: Get Exclusive Access!

YouTube Expands Premium and Music Services to 10 New Countries

YouTube has announced the expansion of its Premium and Music services to ten new countries. Some of these countries received the services earlier this month. This expansion comes after Google made changes to the way ads are displayed on the platform.

According to 9to5Google, YouTube Music Premium and YouTube Premium are now available in Algeria, Cambodia, Georgia, Ghana, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Laos, Tunisia, and Senegal. Among these countries, Kenya, Senegal, and Ghana received the services as part of a rollout on December 5, as reported by Google Africa blog post.

With this addition, the YouTube services are now available in a total of 110 countries. The subscriptions are available for both Android phones and iOS devices, with tiered pricing across different regions. Users with iOS devices may have to pay slightly more for the services compared to Android users.

The Premium tier across YouTube and YouTube Music offers users an ad-free experience, background playback, and the ability to download videos and music for offline viewing. Despite being pricey, the plans offer significant benefits to users.

This expansion of YouTube’s services is particularly beneficial as Google is changing how it displays ads on the platform. Users without the subscription will now watch fewer but lengthier advertisements.

Additionally, Google has announced significant discounts for YouTube Premium subscribers when purchasing Google Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro in the U.S. region.

Overall, the expansion of YouTube’s Premium and Music services to these new countries provides users with more options for enjoying ad-free content and offline downloads.

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