While the UI of the app needs a bit of a revamp, Google Play Music has several advantages over its aforementioned competitors.
With these two exciting promotions, Google can gain more users and even steal some from rival names.
You can also upload up to 50,000 songs from your own music collection and then stream it from your other devices that are signed in to Google Play Music. Google Play Music is one of those that offered the 3-month free trial, but it seems like they realized that it takes more than that to fully appreciate their music streaming service. Although ads are not excluded in the free subscription tenure.
After the completion of their trial period, users can either continue using the service for free or pay $9.99 (Rs 650 approx) or $14.99 (Rs 970 approx) for the family pack to avoid ads and access 35 million songs on demand from Google's giant music library. Google Play Music typically allows triple that with a 90-day trial, but this new 120-day trial is likely the longest free trial of its kind that's ever been offered.
Though we, Indians, are not getting four months free trial subscription offer, we still have an advantage over the USA users.