Airtel is offering free trial of YouTube Premium to its users
Trial of YouTube Premium is valid for three months
Here's how to check eligibility to get free YouTube Premium access
Airtel is offering a free trial of YouTube Premium for three months to select users in India. The telecom operator is running a trial promotion for Airtel users that is valid until April 22 under which users can avail complimentary access to YouTube Premium for three months. The YouTube Premium subscription costs Rs 129 in India but under this offer, Airtel users can get it for free.
As per the guidelines, the YouTube Premium trial offer is not valid for existing YouTube Premium subscribers and users who have opted for YouTube trials previously. Moreover, if the user has previously signed up for YouTube Music Premium or Google Play Music subscriptions or is using it currently, the Airtel offer will only provide non-music features of the YouTube Premium subscription plan.
The YouTube Premium complimentary subscription offer is running until April 21, 2021, where Airtel users can avail free complimentary subscription to YouTube Premium for a trial duration of three months. Under the YouTube Premium subscription, Airtel users will receive advertisement-free YouTube access along with features like background playback and YouTube Music access.
Airtel's users can check their eligibility for the offer by logging-in to the Airtel Thanks app available for Android and iOS smartphones. The offer is reportedly being offered to select users but Airtel has also released a form for its subscribers to request a trial code for the complimentary subscription.
There are two ways for Airtel users to check their eligibility for the free YouTube Premium trial subscription:
Download and log-in to the Airtel Thanks app on Android and iOS devices
Request the trial code by filling-up a Google Form here
Do note however that the Airtel could take “up to 6 months” to send trial codes to users after filling the form.
Additionally, after the free trial of YouTube Premium ends, users will be charged Rs 129 for continuing the access which is the standard subscription price. So, in case of users not wanting to continue with YouTube Premium after three months, they will have to manually cancel the trial subscription.
Recently, Airtel expanded its annual Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription to cover more prepaid plans. You can read more about the Airtel prepaid plans with complimentary access to Disney+ Hotstar here.
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