Google gives new Nexus 7 customers 3 months of Play Music All Access

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Google is giving customers three months of Play Music All Access for free when they buy a new Nexus 7 (2013) before the end of September. The offer, which will save you $29.97 in All Access fees, is available on both 16GB and 32GB devices purchased from Google Play.

All Access is Google’s own music streaming service. For $9.99 a month, it provides unlimited streaming of over 18 million tracks, with smart recommendations based on the things you like, custom radio stations, and the ability to store albums and playlists locally for offline listening.

And when you buy a new Nexus 7 from Google Play before September 30, you can try it out for free for three months. But thereĀ is a catch. If you’ve already subscribed to All Access, or claimed the 30-day free trial, then you won’t be entitled to this offer; you’ll need to create a new Google account.

You will also need to remember that when your three-month trial is up, your All Access subscription will renew automatically if you don’t cancel it.

This offer is available in a number of markets, including the U.S. and the U.K., and you’ll find it via the source link below.