Verizon Slashes YouTube Premium Price to $10/Month

| Updated on May 31, 2024
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Verizon is stepping up its game to bring you all the streaming goodness! Starting May 30th, if you’re with Verizon, you can snag YouTube Premium for just $10 a month through their myPlan perks. 

Usually, YouTube Premium is $13.99, so you’re saving a bit here. With YouTube Premium, you can watch videos ad-free, download stuff, and jam out with YouTube Music Premium. 

Verizon is also adding Peacock to its lineup starting June 5th. You can get all your subscriptions, like Netflix, Max, Paramount Plus, and AMC Plus, in one place with Verizon Plus Play. 

Peacock will cost $5.99 per month for Premium or $11.99 for Premium Plus. Heads up, though – both of these will see a $2 price bump in July.

Aside from this, Verizon is also rolling out a new Unlimited Phone Upgrade option. If you’re on the Unlimited Ultimate plan, you’ll get the best trade-in deals no matter what shape your phone is in. 

The Unlimited Ultimate plan costs $100 per month for one line (no discounts), or $55 per line each month if you have four lines and an auto-pay discount. Not too shabby!

Basically, Verizon is aiming to be your one-stop shop for all things streaming, getting a cut from every subscription they sell. They’ve got some exclusive bundles like Netflix and Max and a $25.99 per month deal with Netflix Premium and Starz. 

Plus, there are bundles with Disney Plus, Hulu, and Max, as well as Netflix, Peacock, and Apple TV Plus, through Comcast.

Reena Choudhary