The price of YouTube’s Premium family plan is increasing.
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(Pocket-lint) – YouTube Premium family plan subscribers should verify their email. Google tells users that the monthly cost of the service will increase by $5 per month in the United States and by £2 in the UK.
Starting November 2022, new US users will start paying $22.99 per month for YouTube Premium. If the next billing cycle begins on or after November 21, current subscribers won’t see their bill increase for some time. According to Engadget, the price for existing subscribers will not increase until April 2022 due to their “seniority and value”.
Previously, purchasing a family plan for just two users cost $17.99. Despite the increase in the number of families, Google said the price for a single user will remain at $11.99 per month for individuals and $6.99 for students. The benefits don’t change either, with the Premium plan still giving users an ad-free YouTube experience as well as the ability to download videos and access YouTube Music.
YouTube Premium is a paid subscription, available in select countries, that gives you an ad-free, feature-rich (offline viewing), and enhanced experience on many Google video and music services, like YouTube, YouTube Music, YouTube Gaming, and YouTube Kids. At its core, YouTube Premium is all about removing ads. Since YouTube gets a lot of its revenue from ads, it can’t really remove them without charging you. By allowing the viewer to pay, switching between videos will no longer require waiting for ads.
This awesome system will save you time and effort every time you pay.
So if you connect to a smart TV, you can watch videos instantly, without interruption. To learn more about Premium, see the pocket-lint guide.
Written by Maggie Tillman.