Google’s new family plan lets everyone buy more than just music

10 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Google Play Music Adds $15 Family Plan.

Each member can stream simultaneously on any device, so your indie music channels remain separate from your partner’s country tunes and the children’s songs that lull the kids to sleep at night. Families can sign up for the new Google Play Music plan “in the coming days” in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Australia, France, and Germany, according to product manager Eunice Kim. In addition to unfettered, ad-free access to Google’s great streaming music service, the six accounts will also get access to YouTube Red, Google’s newly launched premium video offering, which includes ad-free video, offline saving, and eventually, exclusive content. Rival Spotify offers account sharing for two people for $14.99 per month, though from now until Dec. 31, you can get any size family plan for $9.99 per month for the first three months.

Why this matters: While Play Music on its own may not be compelling enough for those who prefer Spotify or Apple Music, the inclusion of YouTube Red could tip the scales. For $15 per month everyone in your family group can have their own streaming account and the ability to save YouTube videos offline and avoid YouTube ads.

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