San Francisco, Nov 17 Google Fi, a telecommunications service owned by the tech big, is reportedly giving free YouTube Premium to Limitless Plus plan subscribers for a yr.
Each new and present Google Fi premium plan subscribers will not be required to pay YouTube’s $119.99 yearly subscription cost, Patrick Seybold, Google’s international PR lead for Stadia, AR, and Challenge Starline, instructed The Verge.
“Wi-fi shoppers are more and more choosing limitless plans to gasoline rising appetites for media, video games, and different high-bandwidth purposes on-the-go.
“Now, we’re providing a easy, single subscription to Fi that gives connectivity, cloud storage and leisure for the complete household,” he added.
Google Fi’s Limitless Plus is the most costly plan, which begins from $65 monthly for one individual and $40 monthly for households of as much as 4 to 6 individuals.
Final yr, the corporate introduced that Fi subscribers can get $5 off on their month-to-month plan after they purchase the then-brand-new Pixel Move subscription, the report mentioned.
In April this yr, the corporate had dropped costs of its Fi limitless cellphone plans to $20 monthly per line for 4 or extra traces, in comparison with the earlier worth which was $30 monthly.