Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Finally, YouTube Red Is Now Available In Nigeria - See Benefits

Do you remember YouTube Red? Alright for the sake of those that are just hearing for the first time, let me introduce this version of YouTube to you.
YouTube Red is a paid-for subscription service that gives you access to a lot of features on YouTube, like the ability to watch videos without ads, download any type of video, play videos in the background while you do other things with your phone, and also get access to original content.

As a matter of fact, any online business firm that is doing without Nigeria is loosing a great part of the business this is why Netflix decided to bring their services to Nigeria and now Google has followed the same footsteps to bring YouTube Red to the African giants.

In addition to that, they are offering Nigerians a chance to try it out for a period of 3 months for just 99¢ as opposed to a monthly fee of $9.99. However, to get YouTube Red without discount, you need to pay $10 monthly for the subscription.

MY ADVICE FOR YOU ABOUT THIS RED
After going through it and studying almost everything about this YouTube service, i will advise you to:

=> Ignore it you are not bothered about ads that display on YouTube videos
=> Don't bother yourself about YouTube Red if you are not interested in having access to original contents
=> Meanwhile, if you are among those that already have an All Access subscription to Google Play Music which also includes YouTube RED then you should try out this YouTube RED.


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In next article on videos, i will give a complete tutorial on how to use YouTube Red free of charge without subscription. Keep tunned!

2 comments:

  1. Nice update i must confess. I still prefer downloading my videos from VIDMATE and watching them later than streaming it via YouTube.

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  2. Nice update i must confess. I still prefer downloading my videos from VIDMATE and watching them later than streaming it via YouTube.

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