How much does Google TV cost per month?
Google's $35 per month YouTube TV service launches in five US cities. Announced a month ago, Google's live TV streaming bundle launched today in five U.S. markets.
The channels that are in YouTube TV come from four media groups: NBCUniversal, CBS, Fox Networks and Disney-ABC Television Group. In addition to the major broadcast networks, YouTube TV will include cable channels ESPN, ESPN2, Fox News Channel, CBNC, MSNBC, USA, FX, Disney Channel, Bravo, E!, and National Geographic.
- We offer a variety of subscription plans, starting as low as $7.99, or $39.99 for Hulu with Live TV. New subscribers can choose whichever plan works best for them and start their free trial today. *Due to streaming rights, some shows are not able to be included in our No Commercials plan.
- Amazon Prime membership costs $99 per year (or about $8.25 per month), but also includes unlimited, free two-day shipping on many items. You also get access to the company's growing selection of streaming TV shows and movies. Hulu Plus costs $7.99 per month or $95.88 per year.
- All multi-channel plans include AMC, Animal Planet, Bravo, Cartoon Network, CNBC, CNN, Destination America, Discovery, Discovery Family, Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, diy Network, E!, ESPN, ESPN2, Food Network, Fox Business, Fox News Channel, FREEFORM, FX, FXX, HGTV, HLN, Investigation Discovery, msnbc,
Live TV from the major broadcasters (ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC) is a major part of YouTube TV, and arranging deals takes time and can be tricky in cities where those channels are run by affiliates. YouTube has said it's working to quickly expand availability of YouTube TV.
- The base Sling Orange package (i.e., without any add-ons) comes with channels such as ESPN, AMC, CNN, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, the Disney Channel, TNT, IFC and A&E. Sling Blue offers selections including Fox, NBC, USA, Bravo, TBS, FX, Syfy and Bloomberg TV.
- Google's YouTube TV single plan has a $35 monthly subscription fee. It comes with over 40 channels and is only available in major US cities. For sports fans, it carries ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC Sports, NBC, ESPN, Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, CBS Sports, and Comcast SportsNet. It doesn't carry the NFL Network or RedZone.
- Google TV is a discontinued smart TV platform from Google co-developed by Intel, Sony, and Logitech that was launched in October 2010 with official devices initially made by Sony and Logitech. While a "small subset" of Google TV devices will be upgraded to the Android TV platform, the majority will not.
Updated: 4th November 2019