Here’s just a quick reminder for those of you who were thinking about trying Google Play Music All Access at some point in the future: if you want the service at the nice price of $7.99 for as long as you’re a subscriber, you’ll have to begin your free 30-day trial at some point before the end of the day on June 30th. Once that date comes and goes, those who begin their trial will be asked to pay $10 per month.
It’s only $2, but it adds up — $96 (not including taxes) per year vs $119. No matter which way you slice it, cheaper is better. There’s no real reason not to at least activate your trial as you won’t be charged until your 30 days are up, so head to Google Play Music and activate it even if you don’t see yourself keeping the subscription — perhaps you’ll experience a change of heart by the time you’re ready to make your decision.
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