Early Play Music All Access users will be able to keep their $7.99 rate when YouTube Red launches
If you adopted Play Music All Access back in the summer of 2013 and are still using the reduced $7.99 plan, you’ll be glad to hear that Google will be granting you a month’s complimentary access to YouTube Red from Wednesday, October 28. If you’re happy with the additional service and do decide to continue using it, you’ll be able to add it to your account free of charge.
For those unaware, YouTube Red provides subscribers with the ability to save clips for offline playback, play audio in the background and view videos without ads on smartphones and tablets.
Here’s what Google had to say:
“We’re giving you a free month of YouTube Red starting on October 28. There’s no action needed from you. And if you choose to keep YouTube Red after November 28, you’ll receive the discounted Play Music price of $7.99 per month for as long as you’re a member.
YouTube Red gives you the same benefits as Music Key – ad-free videos, save offline and background play – across all of YouTube whenever you log in to YouTube or a YouTube app.
We hope you love your free trial membership of YouTube Red. Your first billing date will be 12/1/15. And you can always manage or cancel your membership in your settings.”
Via: Android Police
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