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YouTube Brings New, Cheaper Plans for Students for YouTube Premium

YouTube Premium launches cheap ‘Student Plans’ in India

YouTube on Wednesday introduced a new plan for students for YouTube Music Premium and YouTube Premium in India that will allow eligible college students to get discounted access to music, global originals and movies — ad-free for Rs 59 and Rs 79, respectively.

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The YouTube Music app is displayed on a mobile phone in Los Angeles. VOA

“The ‘Student Plans’ are currently available to full-time students from accredited colleges or universities in India,” the company said in a statement.

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The Google-owned video and content sharing platform had launched YouTube Music and YouTube Premium subscription plans for users to get a better experience with ad-free, background and offline access last month. (IANS)

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