+ Monday September 23rd, 2019

Sonos Google Play Music Offer
If Jason’s review of the Sonos Play wireless speaker system has whet your appetite but you haven’t yet jumped in, then maybe this will tip you over the edge. After introducing a ‘cast’ feature to the Sonos speakers last month, which allows you to send your Google Play Music to the system, Sonos has teamed up with Google to offer six months of Google Play Music All Access with any purchase of a SONOS PLAY:1, PLAY:3, PLAY:5, or PLAYBAR for a limited time.

There is some fine print, with the main condition being the offer is only available if are a ‘first-time Google Play Music All Access subscriber’ i.e you can’t have an existing Google Play Music All Access service. In other words, it really is just an extra long trial period, extending the 1 month trial that Google Play Music All Access gives to any new subscriber.

It’s not a bad deal though, even if you had to add an extra account just to get the free trial. The offer is active now and runs until the 5th of July. For more information head on over to the Sonos website, or head into your local Sonos dealer.

Source: Sonos.

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They’re only doing it if you buy their speakers, but not for folks who only need the Sonos Connect gear.

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