Google has had a cheaper TV contract since the beginning of the year, according to a new report from Google TV.
The search giant, which launched its TV service last year, has been offering a cheaper monthly plan for a year and a half, and Google TV now sells for around $20 per month.
It’s cheaper than what Amazon, Microsoft and others charge for TV, which can run as much as $80 per month, or $40 for a package with Netflix.
The cheapest Google TV package on Amazon is $60 per month but only has a $5/month service charge.
Amazon and Microsoft, which also offer free-to-air TV, offer more expensive bundles that offer up to $120 per month for up to eight people.
Apple, Netflix and Hulu have all also been offering cheaper streaming TV deals over the last year or so.
However, Google TV is the first major player to offer a cheaper streaming service.
The new deal comes after Google launched its own streaming TV service earlier this year, which has been criticized by some as a pay-TV product.
The Google TV service costs around $25 per month with a 30-day trial, but the monthly rate is $20.
It also offers a free 30-Day Trial, a $40 TV rental, and a free six-month trial with Google Home and Chromecast, which is a “Netflix-style” service where users watch content from Netflix and other streaming services on their TV.