YouTube TV was originally announced back in February, and today it has finally gone live. It's a streaming video service that delivers live TV from major broadcast networks such as ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC, alongside "popular cable networks". The obvious catch? It's US-only of course. The not-so-obvious catch? It's currently only available in Chicago, LA, NYC, Philadelphia, and the San Francisco Bay Area. That's it.
You pay $35 per month for YouTube TV, and that gives you six different accounts for your household. Each of those gets unlimited DVR storage in the cloud, so you'll never run out, and the DVR libraries and recommendations are individual for every account.
It all works through a website for your computer and mobile apps for Android and iOS, as you'd expect. It has Chromecast support so you can watch TV on your TV. What's more, if you start paying for YouTube TV after the first month (which is free), Google will send you a Chromecast at no additional cost. Since that's usually priced at $35, you can say that the first two months of YouTube TV are actually free. Oh, and you can cancel anytime.
If you want Showtime, you'll have to pay $11 more each month, and Fox Soccer Plus costs $15 extra.
In these cities home wifi sn't capped. I live in NYC and would sign up, but Spectrum has a monopoly on my address and I know their internet would become even more unreliable if I ditched their cable service. I hate Spectrum so much. FiOS was eve...
So if don't have WiFi in your area your basically screwed, doubt if any one has unlimited data Cus basically its not unlimited!