Nexus 7 2013

The Nexus 7 2013 offers great value for money in itself, but if you were to buy one anytime from today until the end of September, you stand to get a 3 month subscription to Google All Access for free.

After purchasing the tablet, a subscription code will be emailed to you, which you can use when creating a new account on Google Play Music All Access. The caveat here is that even if you used your original account for a trail membership of the service, you still have to create a new account to redeem the code.

If you're interested in the service after the three month period, you can continue paying $9.99, or cancel the subscription. The deal is currently valid for US residents only.

Interested? Head on over to the link below to grab the Nexus 7 2013 from the Play Store. The 16 GB Wi-Fi only version costs $229, while the 32 gig variant will set you back $269.

Do you use Google's All Access streaming service? If you're a T-Mobile subscriber and want it to be included in the carrier's latest Music Freedom initiative, go here to vote.

Source: Google Play Store

 
There are 14 comments

Dizfunctions says:

I don't use this service but it seems like a good deal.
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theShiz says:

It is! Best 7.99 a month I've ever spent. Works like a charm and beyond excellent music selection. Love it!

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mstrblueskys says:

+1 And I wouldn't think twice about doing it agian for 9.99.

c3rpant says:

The best value to come out of the music industry in a long time. It's a no-brainier at this price especially since you can legally save all of the music on googles servers with song spout.
Http://songspout.com

Fwoshie says:

This service is very buggy on a few devices but a great deal if your not affected

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artnoc310 says:

What's buggy about it? I use it on a Nexus 7 and galaxy s4 without any issues. Works fine on my wife's Nexus 10 and galaxy nexus as well. Just the same on my old EVO 4g.

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Fwoshie says:

Constant playback errors.

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Deke218 says:

I haven't had a problem with it from day one. I got in on the ground floor [$7.99] and have enjoyed every moment of it. Admittedly, I use only high end devices so your comment of "This service is very buggy on a few devices" may not apply to me.

I am on T-Mobile but I have an unlimited plan so the cap never hit me.

Fwoshie says:

I had a nexus 5 originally but is it gave up so I moved to lg g2. I had no errors until then. My gpad 8.3 does it also as does a friends htc one M8. Contacted Google and the rep told they are aware but have no solution. Shame because I prefer it so much to Spotify.

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briankurtz79 says:

I don't think the device has anything to do with it. I have had it since three 7.99 introduction also. I have a gs5 and before that a moto x. Plus a nexus 10 and a note 8. I love the service but I get ALOT of playback errors. I think maybe it's a regional problem ?? I'm in Orlando fl. Dunno if it makes a difference or not

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Fwoshie says:

Oh no its a app problem for sure. Don't seem to have problems with any other music service streaming

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jtc276 says:

Eh, it has its quirks but it offers more than every other service does (mixing local music with downloaded music) and is cheaper than most (I have the $7.99 deal). I've tried Spotify, Beats Music, Prime Music, Rdio, etc and have found it to do what I want a streaming music app to do the best. It isn't perfect, but what is? The only thing that really bugs me is the lack of gapless playback, but I deal.

From my Moto X+1 running Android 5.0 in the world's worst dummy case

Bloatware!

...oh wait, wrong brand... :D

James Earley says:

Offer is available in the UK too.

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