When it comes to streaming services, family plans are where it's at for many users — no one wants to pay a monthly fee for each user in their household. This is especially true for music streaming services, which is why things like Spotify's family plans and Apple Music's family options are popular options. And it's really the one thing missing from Google Play Music All Access in order to make it a great service.
Tomorrow, that will change. At the Nexus event, Google not only plans to take the wraps off of new Nexus phones, Chromecasts, and a lot more, but it will also announce a new family streaming package for All Access. This plan will include unlimited streaming for up to six family members — each of which will use their own account — for just $14.99 a month.
For comparison purposes, Spotify's family plan is $14.99 a month for just two members, $19.99 for three members, $24.99 for four, and $29.99 for five total members. Apple's option is priced exactly like Google's will be: $14.99 a month for six members, making them both a much better value than Spotify.
At this point, we don't have any more details to go on, but it all seems pretty straightforward. Our confidence level is high on this one, so get ready to add your whole family to your streaming plan tomorrow.