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YouTube TV Subscribers Can Now Pause Memberships

Google-owned YouTube will now enable customers to pause their YouTube TV membership from 4 weeks to 6 months as an alternative of outright cancelling it.

"You’ll be able to cancel or pause your YouTube TV membership at any time. While you cancel or pause your membership, you'll nonetheless have entry to YouTube TV till the tip of your fee interval," YouTube TV Assist wrote in a submit on Thursday.

Customers would have the ability to pause their memberships after their ongoing billing cycle is accomplished.

"When your paused state ends, you’ll mechanically be charged at your regular month-to-month worth for a brand new month of service, and that date turns into your new billing date," the submit added.

Throughout the pause interval, neither the consumer nor the shared members would have entry to YouTube TV and no new programme could be recorded. Nevertheless, the beforehand saved recordings could be saved till the tip of the paused state.

Customers could be allowed to un-pause and resume their membership at anytime earlier than the scheduled resume date and the date of resuming could be considered as the brand new billing date.

The subscription is priced at $40 (roughly Rs. 2,900 crores) per thirty days and it comes with an lodging of six accounts per family with private logins, notifications and cloud digital video recorder (DVR) with no storage limits.

YouTube TV expanded its programming earlier this yr, including networks like CNN, Cartoon Community, Turner Traditional Motion pictures and extra.

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