Google Play Music All Access now available in 9 new Latin American countries
For those who don’t know, Google Play Music All Access is the streaming music service that Google offers to all its users in exchange for a monthly payment. This service, also known as Google Play Music Premium, allows us to listen to millions and millions of songs for the price of 9.99 euros per month, in addition to being able to access all the playlists that we and other users create or the radios. Today we are pleased to announce that nine new American countries join the list of countries that can access this music service that does the competition to Spotify itself.
If last year this service arrived in Spain, as we read on wwwhatsnews.com, today another nine countries are added that will be able to enjoy the advantages that Google offers its users in the musical field that, in addition to those mentioned above, must be added the possibility of upload up to 20,000 songs to the cloud and listen to them from any device. Below you can see a country list who this service has just reached:
- Dominican Republic
- The Savior
These nine countries will now be able to access Google Play Music All Access and, to do so, you can do so by visiting this link from which you can have a 30-day free trial to try it out and then choose whether or not you want to pay the corresponding monthly payment. These countries mentioned above join with Bolivia, Costa Rica, Chile, Colombia and Peruwhich make a total of 14 countries with access to this service.
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