Here is the full list of cities that have just got access to YouTube TV service: Albany, Baton Rouge, Buffalo, Cedar Rapids, Chattanooga, Colorado Springs, Des Moines, Flint, Fresno-Visalia, Ft. Myers-Naples, Ft. Smith-Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers (Arkansas), Grand Rapids, Green Bay, Greenville, Huntsville-Decatur (Florida), Jackson (Mississippi), Knoxville, Little Rock, Madison, New Orleans, Omaha, Paducah-Cape Girardeau-Harrisburg, Portland-Auburn (Maine), Providence, Roanoke-Lynchburg (Virginia), Rochester, Savannah, Shreveport, South Bend-Elkhart (Indiana), Spokane, Springfield (Missouri), Toledo, Tucson, Tulsa, and Waco .
Keep in mind that YouTube TV requires a $35 monthly fee, but for that amount, you’ll be getting access to live TV from more than 40 networks, as well as unlimited storage via Cloud DVR. It’s also worth mentioning that customers will get 6 accounts per household when they subscribe to the streaming service.
These are probably the last cities in the US to get YouTube TV coverage this year, but starting next year, we can safely assume Google will continue the expansion of the service.
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