Google Play Music’s one-month free trial is back
Google Play Music’s one-month free trial has returned, giving customers the chance to use the service and all of its features for a short time before they decide whether they want to subscribe at $10 a month.
Unlike the three-month trial that Google is giving away with its new Nexus smartphones, this trial is available to previous Play Music subscribers, and those who have enjoyed a free trial in the past. All you have to do is visit the Play Music in your browser, or open the app on Android.
A Play Music subscription gives you unlimited access to millions of songs, and radio powered by the curation gurus at Songza. You can download tracks and albums to enjoy offline, and upload 50,000 songs of your own to stream from the cloud.
When your free trial is ended, Google will automatically bill you $9.99 a month to continue the service. If you do not want to pay, you’ll need to cancel the service before the trial ends.