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Google Music All Access Comes To More Eurozone Countries

Google is now improving the availability of its music streaming service, Google Music All Access. The service has recently been rolled out to more countries. Last month Google launched the service in Australia and New Zealand. This added to the initial availability in the United States. Now the search giant is adding the service to 9 more countries in the Eurozone. 

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Android users in Austria, Belgium, France, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal and Spain will now be able to subscribe to Google’s music service. A 30 day free trial is available for users initially and if one registers before September 15th the service will only cost €7.99 Euros a month instead of the standard €9.99 fee.

“With today’s launch, Google Play moves one step closer to your ultimate digital entertainment destination, where you can find, enjoy and share your favourite apps, games, books, movies, magazines, TV shows and music on your Android phone or tablet"

Google Play has certainly come a long way since its inception and is now well on its way to competing with similar offerings from Microsoft and Apple. We would like to see availability in Canada and other parts of the world though but it seems as if Google is getting there.

Have you managed to try out the music streaming service from Google yet and if you have, what do you think of it? If you haven't do you think you will be trying it out? Please leave us a comment below or comment in the forum thread.


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