YouTube TV Adds Hi-YAH! And Qello Concerts Add-On Networks

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YouTube TV has added Hi-YAH! And Qello Concerts by Stingray as additional services that existing subscribers can add to their live TV package.

The cost of YouTube TV’s base plan rose to $72.99 per month following the most recent price increase. However, this is just the base cost. Subscribers are able to choose from a number of add-ons that can be bundled with the base plan to improve the selection of channels.

The latest two premium add-ons to become available are Hi-YAH! and Qello Concerts by Stingray. The two add-ons are now available to add to the base plan when signing up to YouTube TV for the first time. Likewise, existing subscribers can add either premium channel to their current subscription through the Membership section of the settings.

Priced at $3.99 per month, Hi-YAH! offers a way for YouTube TV subscribers to increase the amount of martial arts and Asian action movies that they have access to. A Hi-YAH! subscription unlocks access to hundreds of hours of programming, including action from Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Donnie Yen, Tony Jaa, Johnnie To, and Yuen Woo-Ping, among others.

Priced at $7.99 per month, Qello Concerts offers access to the world’s largest collection of on-demand full-length music performances, concert films, and music documentaries. It is worth noting that a Qello Concerts subscription typically costs $11.99 per month, so it seems as though YouTube TV is currently offering a discount on the monthly cost.

Regardless of whether signing up to just one or both of these new add-ons, both come with a 7-day free trial when subscribing through YouTube TV.

John Finn
John Finn

By John Finn

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