Bango launches monthly payment service for Youtube TV
Francesca Morgan
Company News - 2 mins
11:06, 14th November 2019

Mobile commerce company, Bango (BGO) FOLLOW, said on Thursday that they had enabled carrier billing subscriptions for television network, YouTube TV.

Following an initial launch with a leading mobile operator in the US, customers are now able to subscribe to Youtube TV on a monthly payment basis. 

Subscribers to Youtube TV, the live streaming service owned by Youtube, will be able to watch live tv streamed from over 70 broadcast and popular cable networks from a range of connected devices from mobiles to game consoles.

The monthly subscription based package is priced at $49.99 a month, for which the customer will also receive a cloud-hosted, digital video recorder storage for their own video content.

On offer to customers will also be add-ons within the package, including premium TV networks. 

"With the roll out of 5G wireless networks underway, the move to 'cable-free' TV is a logical step, re-establishing how customers access online entertainment. We are excited to be a part of this step change,” commented Anil Malhotra, Chief Marketing Officer at Bango. 

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