Citing sources familiar with the plans, Billboard reported that Amazon is in talks to launch the music service as soon as this week. The other big players, like Apple and Google, offer limited time free trials which then turn into full premium accounts at around £10 per month. Currently, Spotify is the only music streaming service that has a free option for its 120 million users.
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This new service, if it actually appears, would in theory be more convenient than those options - at least for the casual music listener who only wants to hear a couple of the latest hits every now and again. But unlike Spotify, the Seattle-based tech giant can afford to lose money in the music streaming business in the short run to play the long game and attract free users that can be converted into paying subscribers. Amazon too has a presence in the segment through its streaming services, known as Amazon Prime Music in India.
The firm also offers Amazon Music Unlimited for $9.99 a month ($7.99 for Prime members). The report claims this free service may launch next week. Right out of the box users would be able to start playing music without making any payments or signing up for another service.