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Google giving YouTube Premium to students for free for 3 months

Google is giving a new deal to the students for going back to school in which they are offering them 3 months of free trial for the YouTube Premium or YouTube Music Premium.

This deal works by asking the students to sign up with Google’s discounted plan of their own choice, which is 4.99 dollars per month for YouTube Music Premium and 6.99 dollars for YouTube Premium.

However, instead of getting only 1 month of free trial for a limited time offer, they will now be able to avail 3 whole months.

After 3 months expire, Google will then start charging the users for the normal monthly price, which is unless users opt-out by canceling their subscription.



YouTube Music Premium is a paid music streaming service launched by Google that allows its users to not only stream and downloads the music but also discover new music. It is just like Apple Music or Spotify but is based on YouTube.

As for the YouTube Premium; it is a more comprehensive subscription that allows users to download videos on YouTube to their mobiles and also removes those pesky ads from YouTube. Last but not least YouTube Premium also gives its subscription holders access to all the shows in YouTube Originals and all the perks of the YouTube Music Premium.

As for other companies giving out deals to students, Google is not the only one in the town.

Recently Amazon has also announced that the Prime Student Members can get the service named “Amazon Music Unlimited” for a monthly price of 0.99 dollars.

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