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YouTube Premium and YouTube Music will now be Available in India

YouTube Premium and YouTube Music will now be Available in India

India already has online music streamers like Spotify, Gaana, JioSaavn and Amazon Prime Music. Along with few others and all of these music streamers will now be facing a new competitor – YouTube. The company plans on bringing in Premium and Music streaming services for Indian customers. Gone are the days when people used to download songs either paid or for free. Many have started streaming it since it saves the trouble of downloading it. This is the reason why it has attracted big giants like YouTube.

Google is an ever-expanding company and through its YouTube Music, it seeks to reach out to those consumers who are interested in accessing albums, personalized playlists and music videos.  This service of YouTube will be available in both mobile apps and on the web. Further, it will be available as both ad-support and through monthly paid subscription. For those going for the individual subscription will find it a reasonable price since it is Rs 99 every month.  At the same time if you have a family and need more it will cost you about Rs 149 a month. The paid subscription will be offering its users with additional features. These features include offline playback ad-free content and background listening among others.

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