How to use Google Play Music All Access outside United States
This workaround will let you use Google Play Music All Access anywhere in the world
The Google Play Music All Access is a great way to try out new tracks on your phones and tablets but some of you may not be able to get it because it’s only available in the United States right now. Well, with this guide, we’ll walk you through how to get around that restriction.
Google Play Music All Access lets you get access to millions of tracks on demand and you can even mix it with your existing collection of music that you’ve uploaded to Google Music. This will offer things like a mixed-radio station, on-demand tracks and the ability to download songs to your device to play when you’re offline.
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First off, if you want to use Google Play Music All Access outside the United States, you’re going to have to make it think you’re in the United States. Try the free ProxMate Google Chrome extensions for that.
Once you have that installed, go to the Google Play Music page and the option for Google Play Music All Access will pop up. Make sure that you’re signed into the Google account that you want the music service to get used on.
You can start a 30-day free trial but you must have a U.S. credit card connected to your account or be able to add one. Android Beat points out that if you have a credit card that allows international transactions, you will still be able to sign up. You then have to put in a U.S. zip code and an address but it doesn’t appear as though this is actually verified.
Your card should be charged a $0.00 transaction and then Google Play Music All Access should be ready to go. The first month is free but the service will cost $9.99 a month after that and the fee will auto-renew, so you have to be proactive if you want to cancel.
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