Get Ad-Free YouTube And YouTube Music With SAMSUNG

Get Ad-Free YouTube And YouTube Music With SAMSUNG

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Heads up, #TeamGalaxy!

Samsung partners with YouTube to let Galaxy smartphone users experience the many perks of the streaming platform simply by being part of #TeamGalaxy. Loyal Galaxy customers can now watch videos without interruptions with YouTube Premium, as well as get exclusive access to their music streaming app – YouTube Music.

YouTube Premium allows patrons to enjoy background play so they can continue to listen to music or watch videos even when they exit the YouTube or YouTube Music apps. They can also download videos and watch them offline, and view clips ad-free.

Owners of the Galaxy A Series (A80, A70, A50s, A30s, A20s and A10s) can avail two months of access to YouTube Premium and YouTube Music.

Meanwhile, customers who have the Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Note Series (Note10 and Note10+), Galaxy S Series (S10e, S10 and S10+), and Galaxy Tabs (S5e and S6) can enjoy four months of access.

To avail, customers must have purchased and activated their Galaxy devices between February 20, 2019 and February 29, 2020. They can redeem their subscription on the account section of the YouTube app, where they can click on “Get YouTube Premium.”

Galaxy owners can only avail of this promo if they have not been a recipient of a trial to Google Play Music, YouTube Premium, or YouTube Music Premium in the past 12 months. Eligible customers must redeem this offer on their devices before March 31, 2020.

“Offering complimentary access to YouTube Premium is just one of the many ways we want to thank our customers for their support. It is also our way of showing that Galaxy devices are the perfect lifestyle companion for them to watch their favorite channels and listen to their much-loved music,” says Jerry Manus, Samsung Philippines’ Business Unit Head for IT and Mobile.

For more information, visit samsung.com/ph and youtube.com/premium/samsung

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