Today Google announced that Play Music and its accompanying All Access music service are making their way to nine new countries, all of which are in Central and South America. The new countries are as follows: Ecuador, Guatemala, Uruguay, Paraguay, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Panama, El Salvador and Nicaragua.
Keep in mind that none of the above countries have shown up on Google’s support pages and we are hearing reports suggesting that the service isn’t necessarily available for everyone in the above countries just yet. Still, it’s only a matter of time before the service goes live to everyone in the nine new All Access countries.
If you are interested in checking out All Access for yourself, click here to sign up for a free 30-day trial of the service. For those unaware, All Access incurs a $10 a month fee for all you can-eat-streaming access that works on your PC, mobile devices and media dongles like the Chromecast.