Google’s new back-to-school agreement gives students a three-month trial subscription to YouTube Music Premium or YouTube Premium. (The latter includes YouTube Music Premium.)
To get the deal, students need to sign up for the discounted plan of their choice. That’s $ 4.99 a month for YouTube Music Premium or $ 6.99 for YouTube Premium. Instead of the typical offer, a free month, however, they now receive three months. After the test expires, students will be charged the normal subscription amount unless they decide to decline.
YouTube Music Premium is essentially a paid streaming service, much like Spotify or Apple Music. The only big difference is that it is built into YouTube itself. Like other services, you can stream, download, or use your music discovery options to find your latest jam.
YouTube Premium offers the same, but also allows users to download YouTube videos on mobile devices, remove ads, and add the option to watch multiple YouTube Original shows.
For students, Google is not alone in their back to school; Amazon recently announced that Prime Student members could access Amazon Music Unlimited for just $ 0.99 a month.