Christmas is coming early this year because Google is offering free All Access Music for three free months.

If you’re interested in testing the popular music service, all you have to do is login to your Google Account, go to the Google Play link, and click on the “Get Started” button, which will enable your free 90-Day trial.

The company hasn’t announced how long this offer will last, so if you want to take advantage of the free trial, you may want to sign up soon.

After the free three months  is up, you will be billed $9.99. But you can cancel long before the free trial is up and still have your subscription for the entire 90 days. According to Android Authority, you can sign up, cancel after a few minutes, and still receive the free All Access until February.

As of now, there is no confirmation on which countries are eligible. Currently, when anybody purchases the new Nexus 6, they receive three free months of Google’s All Access. It is unknown if those select customers can enjoy an additional three months of the music streaming service

All Access offers subscribers unlimited ad-free music from their catalog containing millions of tunes. Subscribers are able to use the app on their iOS, Android, or computer, making it a lot easier to listen to music from anywhere, no matter what device they have on their personnel.  Google also claims that they provide radio stations for any mood or activity that is handmade by a team of “music experts.”

The music streaming service competes with Spotify and Pandora and has been on the rise ever since its launch. Google just recently expanded their subscription service to Brazil and are continuing to branch out to other markets.

Last week, YouTube announced their music streaming debut with Music Key, currently in beta. Google Play Music All Access subscribers will get free access to Music Key’s beta test, but it’s unclear if those signing up to get the All Access free for three months will get the beta access.