For as much as we enjoy the many services Google offers its users (and boy, does it offer a lot of them), it’s no secret that where you live has a huge impact on the extent to which you’re able to use them all. Users in the US are at a real advantage, often getting access to features and programs well in advance of their international counterparts. It may take a while, but often times we eventually see availability improve, like last summer when Google Play Music All Access got flipped-on in a bunch of new European nations. Today we learn of another big step forward in bringing All Access to more music lovers, as subscriptions become available in Canada.
Google’s got another nice offer to help introduce Canada to All Access, knocking the usual $10/month back to $8 as a special rate; you’ll also be able to try the service out for 30 days, free, in case you’re still not sure if All Access is right for you.
We’re right around the corner from the one-year anniversary for All Access, having debuted during last year’s early May Google I/O, and we wonder if Google has any promotions coming up for it. Maybe a temporary return of that $8 introductory rate for everyone? We won’t be holding our breath, but you never know; we’ll keep our eyes peeled for any news next week.
Source: Android Central