Google Play Music All Access Now Available In Mexico
Google has today enabled Google Play Music All Access in Mexico, just over a week after the service extended its reach in Europe. The service can be enjoyed both on the web and via the Google Play Music app for Android, and you can sign up now for a free 30-day trial.
If you sign up before November 18, and you decide to continue your subscription after your trial ends, All Access will cost you just 79 MXP ($6) per month. If you sign up after November 18, however, that price rises to 99 MXP ($7.50) per month. Either way, it’s not a bad deal for 20,000 songs on demand.
Earlier this month, All Access made its way to another seven countries across Europe, leaving Germany the only location with access to Google Play Music but not All Access. Google has been working quickly to make the streaming service, which hopes to compete with the likes of Spotify and Rdio, available to as many countries as it can.
It will also be available to iOS users soon, too, with a much-anticipated iOS app expected to make its debut this month.