Google Play’s All Access service is one of the better music streaming deals out there. It lets users upload up to 20,000 of their own songs onto Google’s cloud while also giving them unlimited streaming access to the millions of songs in the Google Play library for just $9.99 per month. And now, Billboard reports that Google is working out a deal with Verizon to bundle All Access subscriptions in with Verizon users’ wireless bills. Billboard’s sources say that Google wants to “leverage Verizon’s existing billing relationship with its customers, making the payment process as frictionless as possible” so that mobile users are given the option of adding an All Access subscription to their Verizon plan that will cost them a little extra each month.