Google keeps expanding the reach of its Play Music All Access service. Up until this point, the search giant’s Spotify competitor was available in just few countries — including the Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. — and now select Europeans got a chance to join the party, as well.
Among those “affected” are people living in Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and the UK, and we assume few other EU countries will be added soon. With this new expansion, Google Play Music All Access is now available in a total of 12 markets.
To celebrate the launch, Google has slashed the price of the monthly subscription to 7.99 EUR per month (or 7.99 GBP in the UK) through September 15th. After that time, the price will be increased, most likely to 9.99 EUR / 9.99 GBP.
So if you live in one of these “new markets,” you may want to test out Google’s music streaming service. There’s a 30-day free trial to see whether it works for you or not…