YouTube TV adds two new Spanish-language plans, Google today. The first, aptly named Spanish Plan, will offer customers access to more than 28 Spanish-language channels, including Univision and ESPN Deportes. Google estimated the package at $ 25 a month for the first six months and $ 35 a month thereafter. New YouTube TV customers can subscribe to the plan without paying for the platform.

For those who want to add to their existing subscription, Google has introduced a Spanish Plus add-on. Priced at $ 10 per month for the first six months and then $ 15, the package comes with access to more than 25 channels in Spanish, including Cine Latino and Discovery en EspaƱol.

Google is increasingly turning to Latin American customers to expand its YouTube TV subscriber base. Last year, the company was available to subscribers “at no extra cost”. Like many others, YouTube TV has repeatedly increased the cost of its service to offset the cost of growing content deals.

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