Subscription service comes to Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, and the UK
Google has just opened up its Google Play Music All Access subscription service to nine new countries, marking the service’s European debut. From this evening, All Access is now available in Austria, Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, and the UK.
As it does in the U.S., All Access gives you complete access to Google’s music library for a monthly fee. Users in these new countries can sign up to All Access through the web at play.google.com/music, or through the Android app.
The sign-up process works just as it does in other territories — sign up for a 30-day trial in the first month or so (in this case, before Sep. 15) and you’ll pay only only £7 or €7 for the life of the subscription. There’s no information on the regular subscription price, but presumably it’ll be a little higher — maybe £10/€10.
If you’re signing up to Google Play Music All Access for the first time in any of these countries, hit the comments and let us know how you get on.