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Google Play Music All-Access streaming hits Canada

Google rolls out its All-Access music streaming service in Canada brining its all you can listen to service to Canada for the first time

Shane McGlaun | May 6, 2014 at 8:00 am CDT (0 mins, 46 secs time to read)

Our friends in the Great White North have a new feature from Google Play Music that they can now enjoy. Google has rolled out its Play Music All-Access streaming service in Canada this week. The launch of the All-Access service was timed to coincide with the Canadian Music Week summit and conference that focuses on the state of the music industry in Canada.

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Google had previously launched the streaming service in the US, Europe, and Mexico, but left Canadians in the cold. The introductory price of the All-Access streaming service in Canada is $7.99 per month for all you can listen to music. The service will cost $9.99 a month after the introductory period.

Google has 25 million songs in its database. Canadians can also purchase music and store their collection in a cloud locker that can hold up to 20,000 songs. Music in the Google catalog is sorted into genre with playlists curated by experts.

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