Microsoft offers 14 free days of Groove Music for Windows users
Yesterday we’ve told you about that great deal that you can get by paying one month of Groove and get three months for free. Well, it seems that according to reports, today Microsoft has started sending 14 days of free Groove Music Service, so no credit card is required.
However, when the free 14 days pass you will be able to sign-up for a free month of Groove Music service and only after the free month will end, you will have to pay $9.99 per month.
Groove Music has been launched back in 2012, but back then, this service didn’t have too many features. However, in time, the developers have brought more and more features and now it is one of the applications that should be installed on any computer/mobile device.
It is good to know that the Groove Music Service 14 free days that Microsoft is now offering is being sent via mail to random users. So, if you are feeling lucky, you can go ahead and check your email.
It seems that Microsoft is trying to promote the Groove Music Service as much as possible. The company clearly knows that this is a very powerful application and it is now trying to make some users to test it out (with the 14 free days with no credit card required).
After all, $9.99 per month is not too much for all features and options that Groove Music Service is offering. Once someone tries Groove Music Service for free, there are very big chances that he/she will decide to pay for this service.
Have you received the 14 free days of Groove Music Service? Will you use your credit card (without paying any cent for the first month) in order to get Groove Music Service for 30 days?
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