Android Central shared last week news that YouTube Premium & YouTube Music have now expanded to eight new countries in the Middle East including Lebanon, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia & the UAE. YouTube Music Premium will cost $5/month for one user and $7.50/month for a family plan, while YouTube Premium (which includes YouTube Music) will cost $6/month for an individual or $9/month for a family plan.

To be honest, I’ve been tempted to use YouTube Premium ever since I moved to Canada because there’s considerably more ads than back in Lebanon, but I haven’t done so yet. As for Music, I’m subscribed to Apple Music currently which I use on the go and would browse video clips on YouTube while working on my laptop.