Get 4 Months of Google Play Music for Free

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Just because the fireworks are over and the grills are put away doesn't mean Independence Day celebrations are over. As noted by 9to5Google, the company this week launched a free four-month (get it: four for July 4) trial of its Play Music service, which comes with YouTube Red where available.

Full access to Google Play Music and YouTube Red costs $9.99 per month; YouTube Red is also available in Australia, New Zealand, and the US without Google Play Music for $9.99 per month after a one-month free trial.

The offer includes podcasts, radio stations, ad-free listening, 35 million songs on demand, room to upload 50,000 of your own tunes, and the ability to download music to play offline with Google Play Music. YouTube Red, meanwhile, lets YouTube fans watch any video without ads, save videos to watch later, and play content in the background. Plus, Red is expected to launch exclusive content, like original shows and movies from some of the site's top creators.

New customers can sign up now, and won't be charged through early November, when the standard $10 monthly fee kicks in. Users can also upgrade to the family plan once the trial has ended, 9to5Google reports.

Keep in mind, this promotion is open only to new users; if you've ever signed up for Play Music or YouTube Red already, you will not be eligible (at least not with that email address). The same goes for current subscribers.

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