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Google Offering Play Music All Access for $1/Month for First 3 Months to New Customers

March 7, 2015 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Google Play Music is running a pretty nice promotion right now for new users. Those that don’t currently subscribe to Google Play Music All Access should see a pop up, the next time they open the app, telling them that they can get Google Play Music All Access for $1 per month for 3 months, and then it’ll be $10/month after that. Which is the regular price for Google Play Music All Access. We’ve been seeing Google working on getting more users, using All Access for quite some time. We’ve seen a number of promos with the Nexus 6, Motorola Droid Turbo and even the Chromecast. This was all to bring in more subscribers to Google Play Music All Access. While this promo isn’t as great as some of the other promos that Google Play has done for All Access, it’s still better than nothing.

For those unaware, Google Play Music All Access gives you unlimited streaming of music. But it gives you much more than that. You can add songs to your own library and playlist from Google’s catalog of songs. That includes the millions and millions of songs that Google Play has in their catalog. Which is why it’s such a great service. Along with Play All Access you also get YouTube Music Key, which enables background audio for YouTube videos, and also gives you an ad-free listening experience. Which is definitely a nice feature and service to have.

So you’ll be paying $1 per month for 3 months, then the regular price after that. It’s still a pretty decent deal for new users. Since they’ll get to try out the service and see if it’s their cup of tea. It’s a great service, and I really love it myself. Let us know what you think about Google Play Music All Access if you decide to give this deal a try. Head to the comments down below and let us know.