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Apple officially announced that it stops the free version of iTunes Radio by the end of this month. From January 28 the service will be available only to paying subscribers of Apple Music.

Until now, iTunes Radio remained available in the US and Australia even after the launch of Apple Music.

The only free option that Apple leaves to his customers is a radio station Beats 1. iTunes Radio was available without ads for users of iTunes Match, who pay $25 a year for cloud storage of own music.

Since its introduction Apple Music continues to be very successful and is becoming more popular. The company recently announced 10 million subscribers which are accumulated for only six months.

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