Google has quietly launched its Play Music Unlimited service in India, which lets you stream tunes on demand and songs you like at a cheap price of Rs. 89 ($1.4).
Google Play Music Unlimited
Music services which is being offered at $9.99 a month in the US, but in India play music unlimited is offered at price of Rs. 89 ($1.4) per month. That’s cheaper than Apple Music’s Rs. 120 ($1.85), as well as other services like Gaana and Saavn, offers at Rs. 99 ($1.5).
However, it’s worth noting that the difference in cost is minimal and will likely not greatly influence subscribers’ decision on which one to go with. The Economic Times notes that after 45 days, Play Music’s subscription fee will go up to Rs. 99 ($1.5).
Apple Music costs $9.99 per month, or $14.99 per month for a family subscription for up to six people (which requires iCloud Family Sharing). The cost criteria is as same as Google Play Music in United States. It also offers three months free trail for everyone.
With that, Google is set to take India’s growing streaming music market by storm. If you’re in India, you can sign up here to try Google Play Music Unlimited for Rs. 89 a month, you’ll get a free 30-day free trial when you subscribe. Or you can subscribe for Apple Music here which offers three months free trial.