Independence Day is here and while a good number of American citizens are readying themselves to show their patriotism, Google has its own way of being patriotic to its customers.
During this period of celebrating the Fourth of July, there is nothing better than chilling with some music rocking your ears. If this is you, Google Play Music has something cool for you, something that you won’t be able to turn down.
If you have ever dreamt of getting more from the Google Play Music All Access service, this is the time as the company has rolled out a July Fourth deal that sees the usual 30-day free trial period for this service stretched to a whopping four months. In case you didn’t know, this service also comes along with YouTube Red. In short, what Google is telling you is that you can now go ahead with signing up for the Google Play Music All Access service at zero cost and use it up to November before you can finally make a payment.
The deal is not applicable to current users of Google Play Music, instead, only those who are signing up for the first time can take advantage of the deal. If your initial 30-day trial period is over, luck is not on your side. The story is the same for those who have also signed up or are current subscribers to the music service.
At the beginning, it was noted that this is one deal that any lover of music will not let go. This is because the Google Play Music All Access gives users of the service access to a huge music library, playlists, unlimited skips and more. The best part of the story is that you get all these without having to go through the trouble of ads. As for YouTube Red, the service will also come without ads as well as offer offline support, among other features.
After the four months of free trial expires, no one will hold a gun to your head demanding that you upgrade to the premium version. If you feel like, you can simply cancel the subscription before Google starts billing your account. Google Play Music All Access is valued at $9.99 per month.
Remember, this is a July fourth deal, hence, it may not be around forever. As a result, hurry up and sign up as it still lasts.
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