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Is Samsung TV Plus free? It’s a truly no strings attached service

There’s no shortage of video streaming services these days. However, most require you to purchase a monthly subscription. It’s easy to get started with them since all services offer free trials.

It’s only when the user is hooked that they then need to pay for the privilege. So it’s understandable why some people might have a similar impression about Samsung TV Plus. They might wonder if Samsung TV Plus really is free because it does sound a bit too good to be true.

Samsung TV Plus is absolutely free

Samsung TV Plus is an ad-supported video streaming service that’s available on a wide variety of Samsung devices. It provides you with access to hundreds of channels covering news, sports, entertainment, and more.

Over the years, Samsung has significantly expanded the list of compatible devices and available markets for TV Plus. Since launching in 2015, Samsung TV Plus is now available in dozens of countries across Asia, Europe and North America.

More than 50 million TVs in the world have access to this service. The number of channels varies by country with most having access to 100+ channels. For example, viewers in the US can access channels like Bloomberg TV+, CBSN, ET Live, Bon appetit and more.

The company has kept Samsung TV Plus completely free. No credit card is required to sign up, there’s no trial period and no monthly or annual subscription. It just works. It’s an ad-supported service so you’ll only need to bear advertisements.

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