Billing after trial period
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The trial of Google's music streaming service, plus YouTube Red, is a great deal. Just remember to cancel after four months if you don't want to get charged. In the meantime, the CNET team is pitching in with with some suggested bargains of our own. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Google really wants you to sign up to Play Music Unlimited. You can sign up here.
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Learn more here. You may get an opportunity to try Google Play Music through a one-time 30 day free trial. During your trial period, you can stream your favorite albums and songs, create custom playlists, and listen to commercial-free radio stations on the web and through the Google Play Music app. Once your trial period has ended, you'll be automatically billed each month for your subscription.
Learn more here. With a Google Play Music subscription, you get unlimited, ad-free access to millions of songs that you can mix with your own collection. Just make sure you're signed in to the same account on YouTube and Google Play. If you sign up for a Google Play Music subscription through a promotion, the discounted price may not be available in the future. After subscribing, you can modify your account settings and subscription at any time. If you end your subscription , you'll lose access to subscription music features on your account. If you already have Google Play Music, you might see the option to upgrade to the family plan. When you upgrade to the Google Play Music family plan , you create a family group on Google Play and you have the option to purchase Google Play Music for your family. Google Help. Help Center Google Play Music.