Starbucks offering free Google Play Music All Access streaming music
Once you've hooked up with the coffee purveyors network, you will see a landing page that offers a free connection to Google Play Music All Access. The service is limited to Starbuck's U.S. stores and is similar to a promotion it had with iTunes back in 2007. That program allowed users to buy songs from the coffee seller's Wi-Fi network.
Everyone gets a 30 day free trial of the streaming music service. At the end of the free trial, users can decide to subscribe to the monthly service or just drop it. Subscribe before the end of June and the cost will be $7.99 per month. Once the calendar flips to July 1st, the price goes up to $9.99 per month.
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1. KingKurogiii (Posts: 5688; Member since: 23 Oct 2011)
Google Play Music All Access was pretty nice but i prefer Spotify so i cancelled my subscription.
2. Dadler22 (Posts: 161; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
Really, I actually found google play to be better. At least the radio algorithm does a better job of finding music I like. Did you not find the music selection to be better?
3. doubler86 (Posts: 320; Member since: 26 Jan 2011)
Google Play Music All Access is the best out there. I mean for $7.99 I never have to buy another album again and get all the music I want, add it with my own personal music offline on any playlist I've ever created.
It's just great