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YouTube TV Offering Two-Week Free Trial

If you are someone who is looking into trying out YouTube TV, right now would be a great time to do so. The company is currently offering a two-week free trial to consumers.

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YouTube TV recently became available to 98 percent of the country. Previously, it was only available in certain and select areas. 

In order to get it, all you have to do is sign up for it like you would with any other membership. However, this free trial can only apply to new members only. 

According to the official YouTube TV website, this two-week free trial offer will only be going until February 13, 2019. After that, it will go back to the normal five-day free trial. 

This all comes just in time before the 2019 Super Bowl, which is being played on February 3, 2019 and will allow users to use YouTube TV in order to watch the game live. It is also a great way for YouTube TV to show off their service to the rest of the country that has not had the opportunity to try it until now. 

YouTube TV currently costs $40 a month and has over 70 channels to choose from, including your local stations too. Some areas will not have all of the local stations in your area but they will at least have some to get started with. 

The service is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. If you are using a Mac, you will have to use either Google Chrome or Firefox in order to use the service since it currently does not work in Safari. 

Click here so that you can get your own free trial of the service. 

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