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Amazon is launching a new music service that's likely to compete with Spotify.
The e-commerce giant is now offering a free, ad-supported streaming plan that lets users play music for free on their Echo device.
Users - Access - Songs - Speaker
Users can access more than two million songs by talking to their Alexa-enabled smart speaker.
It marks the third music streaming service launched by Amazon.
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Previously, Prime subscribers could access Prime Music songs for free and with intermittent ads for the cost of an annual subscription.
They could also pay $3.99 per month to stream songs through Amazon Music Unlimited to get the service on one Echo device, or $10 per month for the ability to stream on non-Echo devices.
Yesterday - Users - Alexa - Artist - Song
As of yesterday, users can now ask Alexa to play an artist, song, playlist or genre and their Echo device will answer their request, albeit with a few ads in between each song.
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