Unless you were an early adopter of Google Play Music All Access when it launched a few months ago, the price to get started will run you $9.99 each month. That price is pretty competitive when compared to other music services out there, but if today’s rumors are true, paying for it could get a little more streamlined, if you are on Verizon.
This rumored deal would allow Verizon customers to charge the $9.99 monthly payment into their existing phone line to make things seamless. It’s worth noting that Verizon and Google are already offering six months of free All Access when you buy one of the new DROID phones, so this new deal doesn’t seem like much of a stretch. Google could get lots of new subscribers through this method, while Verizon customers get to use up their tiered data plans by streaming all this music.
Everyone wins, right?