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Will you use Google's new All Access music streaming service?

The service 'Google Play Music All Access' will be available in the US initially, at a cost of $9.99 a month after the 30 day free trial - comparable with Spotify Premium. Users who sign up in June will have discounted rate of $7.99. What do you know about the service and - if you can get it - are you tempted?

Seeking Opinion Apps 4 years ago
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Holly Seddon
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Kent, UK

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Stuart Carter
Stuart Carter Tech-loving London dad Bexley, GB

Can anybody explain to me why I'd want to pay for a streaming service - that won't work when I'm out of internet range (as I was all of last weekend on the South Coast) - when I can buy a 60Gb micro-SD card and stick that in my phone to carry most of the music I'm ever going to need???

We live in London, but often go visiting people at the weekend, and as soon as we're outside the M25 mobile internet access becomes a complete lottery!

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