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Google Play All Access at Starbucks

Sip at Starbucks and Stream Free Google Play Music All Access

Caffeine hounds can now get their fix in Starbucks stores while discovering new music on Google Play Music All Access, the just-launched streaming music service from the search giant turned social network turned, well, agent of everything on the Internet.


When logging into the WiFi of a Starbucks store, customers will see the option (pictured above) to "enjoy unlimited songs while sipping away," then sign up for a trial of Google Play Music All Access.

Announced at Google I/O in May, Play Music All Access is the company's take on monthly subscription music services like Spotify and Rdio. Google Play Music All Access already has a free 30-day limited trial for new users, so really this Starbucks promotion gives people who aren't yet familiar with the service the opportunity to give it a spin. Users who subscribe before June 30 will get a markdown on the monthly rate from $10 to $8.

Are you more likely to try Google's streaming music service if you're able to easily access it while getting work done at your local Starbucks?

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