YouTube Premium Arrives for More Users Worldwide


For a lot of users, YouTube’s Premium-tier subscription comes with some nice perks, the biggest of which is probably ad-free content streaming. With that in mind though, the service has yet to reach every single major market in the world, although that list just grew a bit shorter today.

More specifically, Google recently updated its list of supported regions for its YouTube premium service, rolling out availability to ten more countries – this includes Jamaica, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Libya, Morocco, Réunion, Tanzania, Uganda, Yemen, and Zimbabwe.

Of course, users who are eligible for student discounts in the aforementioned regions can avail YouTube Premium at a discounted price for up to four years, as long as they are able to meet the criteria for said discount.

In addition to ad-free viewing, YouTube Premium also includes offline video downloads, support for background play, and ad-free listening on YouTube Music.

Source: Google

Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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