After a limited launch last month, Pandora Premium is now available to anyone who wants to sign up for the $10/month streaming music service. And by anyone, I mean anyone in the US, Australia, or New Zealand who doesn’t mind signing up for a service which is currently only available for Android and iOS users.
Paying customers can still use Pandora’s ad-free internet radio service in a web browser or desktop app, but the on-demand music service is mobile-only for now.
Still, there’s a good reason to at least give Pandora Premium a try: the company is offering a pretty generous free trial.
Sign up through a mobile app and you get 30 days free before you’re billed. Sign up through the Pandora website and you get a 60-day free trial.
And if you’re currently a Pandora Plus ($5/month ad-free internet radio) subscriber you can upgrade and get 6 months of free Pandora Premium service.
At this point I’m starting to think there might be a way to get free music streaming indefinitely: just keep signing up for free trials. It seems like new ones are popping up all the time.