Free Google Music with Samsung Galaxy S7 in South Africa

Samsung South Africa will offer free access to the Google Play Music subscription service with its new flagship smartphones.

By - March 10, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will come with 6-months free access to Google’s subscription music service, Samsung South Africa has announced.

Google Play Music launched in South Africa in December 2015, offering the ability to buy songs and albums, as well as a streaming service.

Those who signed up before 26 January 2016 locked in their monthly fee at R49.99.

After the promotion expired, the service was priced at R59.99.

Both the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will be available from 11 March 2016 through all local mobile operators and selected retailers.

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