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Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the arrival date of the Samsung Galaxy Fold to T-Mobile, a transparent foldable smartphone by LG & more
It's an over-the-top TV service that's gaining steam with subscribers and growing nationwide with 95 TV markets getting added on.
First adopters want the service in Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles and Sacramento can reserve their spot on September 13 and be rewarded immensely.
Both the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are sold with a free Chromecast, Google Home Mini, Daydream View and two months of YouTube TV by Best Buy. The larger phone is also $100 off list.
You'll obviously have to trade in a fairly new, fairly impressive used phone to score the full Pixel 2 or 2 XL 50 percent discount from Verizon, as well as a free Google Home Mini, Chromecast and two months of YouTube TV.
The amount of free stuff that Verizon has managed to stuff in this deal is quite a sight, but the big discount all depends on what you trade in.
Cartoon Network will soon join the standard lineup. 18 new markets will also be added from Valentine's Day. Finally, new customers will soon pay more per month to get the service.
But the two are nowhere near big-time players DIRECTV NOW and Sling. Plus, Netflix and Amazon still risk bowling these newbies over. Is live TV a valuable commodity in 2018?
Dallas-Fort Worth, Miami-Fort Lauderdale and Charlotte are some of the additions. The additions now take YouTube TV to 9 of the top 10 TV-viewing metros.
After taking YouTube TV for a one-week spin, and comparing it against traditional cable TV services, we have to say Google is on to something here.
In this episode of our podcast, we also talk about Samsung's good and bad with the Galaxy S8 and Tizen as well as Russo-Canadian cellphone spies...
If you want to cut your cord Google-style, you can do so in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and San Francisco. Nowhere else for now.
YouTube TV subscriptions will start at $35 a month when the mobile-first service launches in the coming months, including access to over 40 networks.