Google Play Music All Access Starts Rolling Out In Europe


Google has updated its international availability page for Play Music All Access. The search engine giant is now bringing its feature to Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and the U.K. – these 9 countries are the first European countries to receive the service.

Pricing is fixed at £7.99 ($12.37) per month for the United Kingdom and €7.99 ($10.65) per month for all other countries in the EU, until September 15. Users will also receive a 30 day free trial, so if you’re not happy with the service you can cancel it at any time.

The price is expected to bump up to £9.99 ($15.47) and €9.99 ($13.32) per month if you sign up after September 15.

Play Music All Access debuted in the U.S. back in May at Google I/O and recently the service expanded to Australia and New Zealand.

Play All Access Countries

Google Play Music vs. Google Play Music All Access locations.

With this latest expansion, All Access is now supported in a total of 12 countries, one less than the Google Play Music service supports (Germany is still missing from All Access).

If you’re in one of the supported countries, click the source link below to register for All Access.