Amazon will reportedly launch a standalone music streaming service

A new report claims is preparing to a standalone streaming music service that would compete with Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play Music and others.

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Reuters reports:

The service will be offered at $9.99 per month, in line with major rivals, and it will offer a competitive catalog of songs, the sources said. is finalizing licenses with labels for the service, which likely will be launched in late summer or early fall, the sources said. , which offers a free streaming music service with a limited catalog to subscribers of its Prime shipping and video service, did not respond to a request for comment about the new, full-fledged music plan.

The new service will also be designed to help sales of the Amazon Echo connected speaker.

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