Yes, you may use a 3G connection to view YouTube videos. A variety of networks, including 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi, can access YouTube. But, the quality and speed of your 3G connection may have an impact on how well the video plays back. You can notice slower video loading times, reduced video quality, and sporadic buffering or interruptions since 3G networks often offer lower data transfer rates than 4G or Wi-Fi, especially for high-resolution films or during peak usage hours. In order to ensure smoother playback, YouTube also uses adaptive streaming technology, which automatically switches the video quality dependent on your network's configuration.