The all-new Google Chromecast was just announced yesterday and you can already get your hands on one for free.
All you have to do is subscribe to YouTube TV and pay for one month of service.
The new Google Chromecast is actually named the “Chromecast with Google TV.” Contrary to the previous versions, it now has an onboard Android operating system which means you can now run a variety of apps on the device. It also comes with a dedicated remote control and supports 4K streaming.
Another interesting upgrade, you can now access more streaming services than ever via the Chromecast, including HBO Max, Peacock, Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, Disney Plus, Vudu, Plex, and more.
There are a few caveats, however. Only first-time YouTube TV subscribers will qualify to get the free Chromecast. And the deal is only available in the US. Moreover, you will need to make a payment towards your YouTube TV subscription between October 15th and December 31st.
You should also consider that one month of YouTube TV will cost you $64.99. That is $15 more than buying the new Google Chromecast on its own, which costs $49.99. But if you were already considering a subscription, this is still a really good offer.
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