New Google Play Music subscribers can get 4 free months


Google Play Music is arguably the most popular music streaming service, competing against the likes of Spotify and even Apple Music. However, every once in awhile, Google will throw new subscribers a bone and will offer some free content for signing up.

The latest offer being thrown in is 4 months of GPM for free, when signing up for a brand-new subscription. This means that if you’ve already activated the premium subscription on your current GPM account, then you won’t be eligible.

After your four month trial period has expired, you’ll be charged $9.99 per month until you decide to cancel. You can, however, cancel the subscription beforehand and you won’t be charged once the free trial has been completed.

As a reminder, with your subscription to Google Play Music, you’ll also receive YouTube Red which offers ad-free videos, the ability to watch videos offline, as well as access to YouTube’s original shows lineup. For $10 per month, it’s a pretty great deal, and it’s made even better considering the fact that you can try it out for four months.

Hit the button below if you want to check out and give us a heads up if you decide to do so.

Sign up for Google Play Music
[Android Police]


BlackBerry KeyOne pre-orders seem to be shaping up nicely, at least in Canada

Previous article

Qualcomm and LG reportedly working together on the Snapdragon 845 and LG G7

Next article

You may also like


Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in Apps