YouTube has announced that it is now expanding its YouTube TV from the top 100 U.S. markets to full nationwide service.

The move to bring YouTube TV across the country comes just in time for the Super Bowl, giving viewers a choice in how they watch the big game. The service was launched to 95 markets on Wednesday and will cover 98 percent of the households in America, according to the company

YouTube has positioned its TV service as a way to cut the cord of cable, offering flexible live streaming content. YouTube launched YouTube TV two years ago and said it will now offer local feeds from the four largest broadcasters in over 90 percent of the markets where it is now making YouTube TV available.

The company said it will offer 60 networks, including ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC, as well as cable networks, such as TNT, TBS, CNN, ESPN, FX, and on-demand programming.

YouTube TV also gives users a cloud DVR to record their favorite shows on the live streaming service with no space limitations. YouTube TV can be watched on any mobile device and hold up to six accounts per household, including a DVR for each account.

YouTube TV memberships cost $40 a month with no commitments or contracts.

“We’re excited and committed to continue making YouTube TV the live TV experience that's tailor-made for you,” YouTube said in a statement. “And to all our new neighbors and members—welcome to the family!”

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