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Hot on the heels of Samsung’s announcement of its new “Milk” streaming music service, Google has announced that it will be offering 60 days of free access to its Play Music All Access service to certain users, as well as anyone who owns a Chromebook.

Normally, the service runs $9.99 a month for the premium plan. Play Music All Access allows users to access a library of millions of on-demand tracks on any Android device. Prior to this offer, Google was offering 30 days of free usage, but the company has graciously doubled that for a limited time.

If you’ve been wanting to try Play Music All Access, keep an eye on your inbox for two free months of the service.

(Via Droid Life)

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One Response to “Google offering 60 days of free Play Music All Access to Chromebook users”

  1. j0hnk1rk says:

    The current marketing ploys of big companies in the tech industry are a real reflection of how much they take advantage of consumers. The recent price drops in cell plans from the big four say it all. If they can give these deals, they can charge a lot less the whole time.