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Get the new Chromecast for free when you sign up for YouTube TV
With over 85 channels of premium sports, news, and entertainment, YouTube TV is already gaining a lot of admiring looks. You can try it for free, and if you’re ready to sign up you’ll get a free Chromecast with Google TV right now.
YouTube TV is a subscription streaming service that carries many of the major network channels such as NBC, FOX, ESPN, and more. Like all the services that are confident in their brands, YouTube TV allows you to take a free-14 day trial. Planning on watching the NBA finals on ABC? You can take up the free trial for two weeks and then cancel without paying a penny.
If you’re happy with the service, you’ll pay $64.99 per month to continue enjoying the content. Your subscription includes up to six accounts and three simultaneous streams, allowing you to stream on your device of choice at home or on the go. You won’t miss a thing either, as it comes with unlimited cloud DVR storage space for you to record your favorite shows and events.
The other big incentive for you to make that first payment is that it will soon include a free Chromecast with Google TV worth $49.99. This brand new Chromecast comes with its own dedicated remote and software experience — that’s the Google TV part — so there’s no need to control it through another Android device.
There’s no box installation, no contract, and no hidden fees, just a monthly payment for your favorite channels. The extra bonus of the free Chromecast is available from October 15 until the end of the year, so if you sign up for the free trial now you’ll be one of the first to pick up your free device if you decide to take up a subscription.
Ready to cut the cord? Hit the button below to find out more about this deal.
Don’t need the YouTube TV subscription? The new Chromecast is still worth a look at $49.99. YouTube TV only supplies it in the snow color, but you can buy it from Best Buy in Snow, Sky, and Sunrise colors. Check out the widgets below.