The Nexus 7 (2013) is already a great deal at just $229, but Google just made it even harder to resist the year-old tablet. Starting now through September 30, the stock Android device comes with three months of free access to Google’s music streaming service, which usually costs $9.99 per month.
Google Play Music All Access is the company’s answer to on-demand streaming services like Spotify and Rdio. Unfortunately, you can’t bundle your three months of free streaming to an existing account, which means the deal is for newcomers only. We’re also expecting YouTube to launch its own music streaming app in the near future, though it’s unclear how much the two services will overlap.
With Google I/O set to kick off later this week it may be worth waiting for just a few more days on this deal, especially since it’s available through the end of September. The company is expected to unveil a few new devices at its annual developer’s conference, and recent rumors point to a possible mid-sized Nexus tablet from HTC that could put the Nexus 7 to shame.