Google offers three months of free streaming music to celebrate Chromecast anniversary

Shawn Knight

TechSpot Staff
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Today marks the one year anniversary of Chromecast, Google's uber affordable streaming dongle that allows you to push content from your phone, tablet or notebook to your television. It was unveiled during a media event alongside the second generation Nexus...

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Jad Chaar

Elite Techno Geek
I always hate when something is "free" yet you have to put in a credit card just so that they can charge you if you go over... why not just give us a trial that expires...
 
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psycros

TS Evangelist
I always hate when something is "free" yet you have to put in a credit card just so that they can charge you if you go over... why not just give us a trial that expires...
There are some pretty good fake CC info providers out there for just these kinds of problems. Hunt around.
 
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From the article:
"What's more, Google is offering all Chromecast owners a 90-day free trial of its premium music screaming service, Google Play Music All Access. The service launched at last year's I/O conference and is one of several offerings consumers can choose from in the crowded streaming music space."

Given the justifiable angst over the need for credit cards to take advantage of a "free service", perhaps we've uncovered the reason that Google Play Music All Access is identified as a "Music Screaming Service."
 
G

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Is it known if the 90 trial can be added to an existing account? It would be nice to go three months without being charge for the service. I don't want to cancel my service and use the 90 trial, because I'm only being charge $8 a month for the service, since I signed up during the promotional period.
 

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