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[Google.com] Google Play Music - 4 Month Free Trial

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[Google.com] Google Play Music - 4 Month Free Trial

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Google Play Music 4-Month free trial is back for new users only.
click here

Keep in mind that you must not have had a free trial before in order to see this offer.
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was written 4 months, but when I subscribed, it was 61-days trials...
Not sur if this is because I had other promo before?

BTW, if I cancel the subscription, do I keep the free trial until it expires?
(like spotify)
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superbigjay wrote: was written 4 months, but when I subscribed, it was 61-days trials...
Not sur if this is because I had other promo before?

BTW, if I cancel the subscription, do I keep the free trial until it expires?
(like spotify)
It is because you have had it before. You need to be a new user or haven't had a free trial in a while (maybe a year?)
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Does Google Music have a nice selection of kpop?
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mark_in_2k wrote: I got "Error processing coupon. The special offer is only available to new users" message, so it's only for new Music accounts.
create a new google account.
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superbigjay wrote: was written 4 months, but when I subscribed, it was 61-days trials...
Not sur if this is because I had other promo before?

BTW, if I cancel the subscription, do I keep the free trial until it expires?
(like spotify)
Same here 61 days. Still good deal!
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thanks op,

am i the only one that only listens to locally saved music?
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Jan 3, 2018
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Thanks for the link I'm trying it right now!

The Google music app seems way easier to navigate and to find new stuff. And the way you manage your downloaded content is way better in Google music...I just hope it won't delete everything randomly like Spotify does...
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Is there any way to play only songs of a certain genre with a specific BPM, like Spotify's previous "running" mode?
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I rely heavily on google play with android auto. Great for in the car, and works well with Google assistant (in the car or with Google home)
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Got 61 days. I'll take it. Thanks!
Plan: Public Mobile - $46/month Unlimited NA Talk/Global Text/8.5GB
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thanks op. last free offer was about to expire soon. Perfect timing!
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bb_00 wrote: Not really.
For foreign music, Spotify is way better.
Very true. But google play music streaming quality feels better than Spotify. I know it's subjective. But I could feel the difference irrespective of the device I'm using to listen to.
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Aug 18, 2011
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Got a 4 month subscription....Cheers guys!
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trijunction wrote: Very true. But google play music streaming quality feels better than Spotify. I know it's subjective. But I could feel the difference irrespective of the device I'm using to listen to.
I tend to agree...just tried Google Music...sounds way better...I would say on par with Apple Music. Need more time to see if it actually beats Apple Music at the sound quality game.
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superbigjay wrote: was written 4 months, but when I subscribed, it was 61-days trials...
Not sur if this is because I had other promo before?

BTW, if I cancel the subscription, do I keep the free trial until it expires?
(like spotify)
bpcrally wrote: It is because you have had it before. You need to be a new user or haven't had a free trial in a while (maybe a year?)
I have used a free offer before, but just now was able to get 122 days free. Last time I had used a free trial was way more than a year, maybe two.

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