YouTube Premium subscriptions and Music now Available in Nigeria

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YouTube Premium and YouTube Music Premium are now accessible in 80 countries. The programs reached that milestone by becoming available in Nigeria, Turks and Caicos Islands, and Venezuela.

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YouTube Premium

YouTube premium subscriptions are available in Family Plans in Nigeria and Turks and Caicos Islands, but not in Venezuela.

YouTube Premium offers ad-free playback, video downloads, and background playback. YouTube Music is focused more on streaming music with Music Premium also offering downloads for tracks.

Exclusive Benefits of Using YouTube Premium

  • Videos across all of YouTube without ads.
  • You can save videos to watch offline on your phone or tablet.
  • Ability to play videos in the background
  • Member-only access to new, original TV shows and movies from YouTube’s biggest creators


You also enjoy YouTube Music for free and Google will give you a month free trial before your subscription begins. You can opt-out at any time and your account will be reverted back to the free YouTube account.

Monthly subscriptions
Although you can use the YouTube Music app for free without subscribing to YouTube Music Premium, you would be unable to access many of the features including background play and download.

The Youtube Music Premium individual plan costs ₦900 (~$2.45) monthly while the family plan for up to six users costs ₦1,400 (~$3.80). The YouTube Premium individual plan costs ₦1,100 (~$3) while the family plan costs ₦1,700 (~$4.60).

Users in Nigeria can pay for the subscription with their debit cards from any Nigerian bank or through 9mobile’s 9pay.

Go to to begin your premium journey


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