Google Play Music 4-month free trial offer is back, but not for everyone


From time to time, Google lures more customers into using its music streaming service, Google Play Music, by offering free trials. If you've missed any of the previous Google Play Music deals, you're in luck since Google is now running a new promotion aimed to add even more consumers to its music streaming service.

For a limited time, Google offers new customers four months of its music streaming service for free, as part of its “12 Days of Play” promotion. Unfortunately, the deal is not available to everyone and it's unclear what qualifies people for this promotion.

Some Google Play Music subscribers claim they have been able to enroll in the trial and get four months of free music streaming service even though they are not new customers.

Also, the deal does not appear for many consumers, and the only way to find out whether or not you can benefit from the 4-month free Google Play Music trial is to actually visit the promotion's page. If it doesn't show up for you, it means it's not available in your country yet.

source: Google via Phandroid

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