If you have been on the fence about the Google Play Music Unlimited subscription service, Google is hoping a special promotion connected to the July 4th holiday in the U.S. may be just the incentive you need. Just for U.S. customers who would be a new Unlimited subscriber, Google is offering four months of free access to Play Music Unlimited before consumers would have to start to pay $9.99 per month to continue access.
A couple of the key upgrades that users get when subscribing to Play Music Unlimited include ad-free listening to radio stations and on-demand access to over 35 million songs in the Play Music library. Users can also download titles to their devices to play offline, a handy feature for those who have data caps to contend with.
Google also includes access to their YouTube Red subscription service as part of a Play Music Unlimited subscription, so this special deal brings access to that service along with it.
If you have not given Play Music Unlimited a try before and you are located in the U.S., hit the source link below if you want to sign up for this special offer. If you happen to be a regular user of Play Music, but you are not paying for a subscription, pull up the menu and hit “Subscribe Now” to access the splash page with the offer for four free months. If you ultimately decide Play Music Unlimited is not right for you, do not forget to cancel your subscription before the four months conclude to avoid being hit with charges.
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