YouTube 4K streaming need premium Subscription check details

YouTube For quite some time now, it has been exploring innovative ways to promote its subscription-based premium service. It also includes testing for multiple (up to 11) unskipping add-ons. Now the company has come up with a new way to drive users toward premium service. soon youtube Users will have to spend money to watch 4K videos on the platform. Yes, YouTube is preparing to stop the 4K video facility for non-premium users. In the future, if you want to watch 4K videos on YouTube, then you may have to take a premium subscription. Read below to know the full news.

You have to pay to watch 4K videos on YouTube

According to a recent TechCrunch report, several Twitter and Reddit users have noticed this weekend that YouTube is asking non-premium users to upgrade their free plan to a subscription plan to stream in 4K. Apart from this, a Twitter user Alvin has shared the tweet.

In the screenshot given in this, the 4K option is now coming with a small banner, which has premium written on it. At the same time, other options like 1440p (2K) and 1080p (FHD) are available to all. However, at the moment it is not clear whether this feature is in any testing with Google’s YouTube or whether it can be rolled out for users in the future.

Premium service cost

If this has happened then the problem for YouTube users is going to increase. YouTube Premium costs Rs 129 per month. At the same time, the 3-month plan comes for Rs 399. Apart from this, one can avail of this facility for one year for Rs 1,290. With the premium service, users will be able to enjoy the ad-free video, picture-in-picture playback, and YouTube premium music. You can also download offline videos as well.