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Google rolls out Music All Access service to nine European countries


Google Play’s Music All Access service – Google’s rather clumsily-named equivalent to Spotify – has now been rolled out to Europe, initially to nine countries.

The service, launched in the USA in May and later extended to Australia and New Zealand, is now available in Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom … 

As with the original launch in the USA, there is a 30-day free trial available, and discounted pricing for early adopters. Pricing before 15th September is £7.99 a month in the UK and €7.99 in all other European countries. Yep, it’s the usual dollar-for-pound and dollar-for-Euro pricing, sadly. Pricing when the introductory period ends is expected to be £9.99/€9.99.

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