Alphabet Inc., owned YouTube announced on Tuesday about its exciting Live TV streaming service which is all ready to launch in next a few months.

The World’s biggest video platform YouTube will be offering you its new services at an affordable range of $ 35 per month for nearly 40 channels.

The new service known as YouTube TV is trying to attract young fans of online videos to enjoy the live experience of traditional cable or satellite packages for a reasonable price. One has to subscribe to this to get started.

YouTube Chief Executive Susan Wojcicki said: “Millennials love great TV content, but what we have observed is that they don’t want to watch it on the traditional television settings. YouTube TV will be an attempt for these set of people to enjoy live TV on YouTube.”

She also added saying: “YouTube TV doesn’t come with any commitments or any hidden fees.” YouTube TV competitors are Dish Networks, Sony and AT & T.”

This service will launch first in the major US markets, then it will quickly expand its services throughout the world accordingly.

One can also record the shows, save it and watch it later. The cloud-based DVR allows you to do the same. YouTube TV is also available through a mobile app. If you don’t want to watch it on your phone, you can use Google’s Chromecast to stream the show or move it on a larger screen.

Get ready to experience the YouTube TV and subscribe it when the service gets launched.

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