Google won't be able to keep track of your video watching and search history on YouTube, but your internet service provider and network manager can.
Both subscription services are available in at least 16 countries and aim to elevate the current music and video streaming experiences in the market now.
Believe it or not, net neutrality has not been saved by this week's Senate vote. And it probably won't be if the House and Donald Trump have anything to do with it. That, plus the launch of the OnePlus 6 on this week's show!
YouTube Music is essentially Google's latest, purportedly greatest answer to the likes of Spotify and Apple Music, while YouTube Premium is the new name of YouTube Red, also including a Music Premium subscription.
The merging of the two units working on their respective products is expected to lead towards a unified app for Google's streaming efforts.