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Google Play Music All Access Launches In Many New Countries

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Until now Google Play Music All Access has been restricted to 9 countries. Starting today, it gets a big expansion, at least in Europe. People who live in the following countries will now be able to access Google’s streaming library of tracks:

  • Czech Republic
  • Finland
  • Hungary
  • Liechtenstein
  • Netherlands
  • Russia
  • Switzerland

The expansion means users in 19 countries now have access to the streaming library. Strangely, Germany is still absent from this expansion, but dealing with record labels is always hard. Maybe next expansion for you guys.

Those of you that live in the expanded countries and existing ones, enjoy your new-found streaming access!

Source: Google Support via Android Police

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