Google Play Music All Access Now available to Listeners in Australia and New Zealand

Google Play Music All Access is now in Australia and New Zealand. These are the first countries to receive All Access outside of the United States.

Listeners in Australia and New Zealand can sign-up for a free, one month trial today before opting in for a $9.99 monthly subscription thereafter. For those who register after August 31, they’ll be locked in to a slightly pricier $11.99 monthly tier following the free trial.

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