YouTube TV: All you should know about the TV streaming service

YouTube TV is available now to everyone in the United States, from Los Angeles to New York City, and it’s a brought an absolute reckoning for mainstream cable providers – you know, those guys who hose us with equipment rental fees and HD service when those things should just be free of charge. 

*Why cut the cord when you never need to buy a TV?

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For far too long, cable contracts have penalized us if we so much as look at another cable option while bundles pack in things we don’t use (cough, home phones) and channels we don’t watch all so cable companies can maintain their bottom line.

Well, bad news cable companies: Those days are over.

YouTube TV is a cable replacement, full stop, offering live TV to your phone, tablet and streaming device without a costly cable subscription and contract.

It’s a deal that feels too good to be true for those of us and while it has some problems of its own, it could one day put cable companies out of business.

While cable-cutters are definitely on YouTube’s radar, it’s the so-called cord-nevers out there – those of us who have never paid for cable, and likely never will – that YouTube TV really speaks to. It’s all the channels we’ve come to expect from our parent’s house, but at a price we can actually afford.

Are you ready to cancel cable once and for all? Are you ready for dozens of channels streaming live wherever you are without the need for a cable box? If so, then pull up a seat and we’ll give you the 411 on this game-changing new service.

How to watch YouTube TV on your TV

First thing’s first, you’ll need to sign up for a free trial of the service. Once that’s done, you can either tune in on your browser (tv.youtube.com) or find the YouTube TV app on your iOS and Android phone or tablet.

If you’re looking for the old-school sit back experience, YouTube TV is available on Chromecast and Apple TV compatible by casting from your aforementioned phone and tablet or, if you’re the proud owner of an Android TV and/or Roku device, you can find a dedicated app for YouTube TV on their respective channel stores. 

Now, it’s also worth pointing out that to access YouTube TV, not only are you going to need a subscription to the service but also an internet service plan from one of your local ISPs (for most folks, that’s AT&T, Spectrum, Verizon).

This is something most folks pay for already and therefore hasn’t been figured into the cost of YouTube TV – but it’s worth noting nonetheless. 

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