Chromebook users getting a 60-day free trial of Google Play Music All Access

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Google has kicked off a new promotion to increase adoption of its Play Music All Access service. People who own a Chromebook will now get a 60 day free trial if they sign up for the service. This is only applicable for customers who have never tried Play Music All Access before.

In general, the service costs $9.99 a month, so you’re basically saving almost $20 for merely owning a Chromebook. Beyond the free trial period, you can either manually cancel the subscription or continue for the aforementioned price.

Sounds like a pretty sweet deal to try out a service like this which offers a great radio service in addition to several music storage and access options. So if you own a Chromebook and have been held back by Play Music All Access due to the pricing, this is the ideal time to try out the service. Google hasn’t mentioned how long this deal will last, but it makes sense to use it while you can. Hit the source link from your Chromebook to activate the deal, it’s literally that simple.

Source: Google

Via: Android Central

9 Replies to “Chromebook users getting a 60-day free trial of Google Play Music All Access”

  1. Oh. That’s ignorance on Google’s part. And when there’s no Google Wallet there are no premium Google services as well? I knew Google Voice also never made it to India. A few of my friends here from India complain about that.

  2. No we don’t. We do get Play Movies, but Play music, Google Wallet and Sound Search is not available in India. Nexus 4 was never released in India and neither was Nexus 10.

  3. Well, as a someone living in India, this is no use. Google should think about starting all these services in countries where a huge populace uses internet actively.

  4. I haven’t heard of Google Music service lately. Good thing it’s being mentioned here.

    I also have a friend dropping his Spotify subscription in favor of Google Music. I think this is a must for Android users.

  5. I’ve always wanted to buy a Chromebook. But I don’t want to use two devices, that too such big ones. I need my Windows laptop to code, so I don’t want to buy this.

  6. I remember this kind of a promotion happening before, for All Access only. I think I had got it once. But I’m not sure. The service is kind of a must have a person who loves music.

  7. 60, maybe 90 days would be great for a free trial in general. I wish it wasn’t so expensive. All Access is a great service.

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