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Amazon is preparing a new and more comprehensive service for audio streaming to be a direct competitor of the leader in this segment Spotify and other big names such as Apple Music. According to sources, familiar with the plans of the company of Jeff Bezos, in the last few weeks, Amazon has held meetings with representatives of record companies on the conclusion of license agreements for this streaming platform.

At this stage, the project still seems to be at an early stage, but the idea is the platform to offer more complex content than Amazon Prime Music, as well as to compensate the fall in digital music sales that Amazon reported.

The information comes from the newspaper New York Post, which refers to its anonymous sources. They speak of “a large music product with a paid subscription,” which should occur in the fall. The new platform will be separate from the Amazon Prime Music, which has its own monthly subscription. In turn, users can expect a fee of $10 per month for use of the streaming service.

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