YouTube Music and YouTube Premium Goes Live In India
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YouTube Music and YouTube Premium Goes Live In India

Along with YouTube Music, India also gets an ad-free version known as YouTube Premium!

YouTube Music and YouTube Premium Goes Live In India

For the past few days, Spotify app has been all over the news, making some major headlines by turning out to be an instant success in India as a music streaming service. But it seems like it's going to change very soon because YouTube Music has finally made its way into the Indian Market.

With YouTube Music entering a critical industry for streaming music services in India, the competition is only likely to get tough. The announcement was made by the organization this week and, along with YouTube Music, the company will also be launching its ad-supported version of YouTube Music for free.

Pricing Of YouTube Music And YouTube Premium

As per the reports, the ad-supported version of YouTube Music will be free of cost. Here, users also have the option to opt for YouTube Music Premium, which is priced at INR 99 per month. In addition to this, YouTube Premium is available at a price tag of INR 129 per month.

YouTube Music & YouTube Premium

Apart from this, YouTube is also providing a family plan option which will allow users to add up to six accounts for a fee of just INR 189 per month.

On an interesting note, we would like to tell you that this is not the first time Google has entered into India's streaming music market. The tech giant already operates Google Play Music here and now.

As per the statement made by company officials, those subscribers will be able to directly gain access to YouTube Music as part of their subscription plan.

YouTube Premium

Lyor Cohen, the global head of Music, YouTube, said in a statement,

There's no denying the fact that India is a key market for music streaming services where its huge population is the main factor. For instance, there are currently more than 483 million active internet users in India.

But one thing is for sure, the competition among these streaming services is just about to get real. Here our advice to you is to stay tuned with MobileAppDaily so that you can get notified with each and every update.

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