It has already been a couple of years since YouTube TV first launched and despite its price bump, it has continued to offer more content and improve its service, offering more value to those that continue to subscribe. Although it was available to plenty, it was never available to a majority of the United States - but that has now changed.
Today, YouTube announced that it would make its YouTube TV service available to 95 markets, which covers around "98 percent of households" in the U.S. That means that more people will have the opportunity to cut the cord and possibly reduce their current bills being paid towards cable or satellite television services. If you're unfamiliar with it, YouTube TV offers content from over 60 networks, with users gaining access to unlimited cloud DVR storage to record their favorite shows.
YouTube TV isn't just for your PC and can be enjoyed on numerous different devices like tablets, smartphones, TVs, and more. Perhaps best of all, the $40 a month price tag also gives a total of six accounts per household so the whole family can enjoy. If not completely sold on the idea, those curious can try out the service for free.