Buy a Nexus 6 and get six months of free Google Music unlimited access

Google is offering customers who purchase the new Nexus 6 mobile phone six months of free “Google Play Music All Access.” The offer is available until December 31st, 2014, although it has to be redeemed by the end of January 2015 otherwise you will lose out of the free offer.

The disappointing part: if you already had a Google Play Music trial in the past, or have been a paying subscriber during the past 12 months, you won’t be able to take up the offer.

Although this offer was previously only available for customers in the United States, it can now be taken up in various other countries, including the United Kingdom.

Google Play Music All Access allows users full access to thousands of songs with the ability to listen to them just about anywhere. It even lets you upload music and playlists you own on iTunes and then makes them instantly accessible via the Google Music app.

The Nexus 6 is now available for pre-order in many countries, despite there being no shipping dates so far.

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