Google Play All Access 60 days free for select Chromebook owners

Google Play All Access 60 days free for select Chromebook owners

Google have just announced a special offer for select Chromebook owners which enables them to try Google’s All Access music streaming service for free for 60 days.

The Google Play All Access provides instant streaming to over 20 million tracks and usually costs £9.99 a month. Google Music recently got updated to provide playlist-based radio stations to aid in music discovery, bringing it in line with offerings from competitors such as Spotify. If you qualify for this offer then it is a fantastic way to sample Google’s music streaming service to see if it complements your new Chromebook.

To activate your extended trial, visit this link from your Chromebook. To check out the terms and conditions of the offer visit here.

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