Amazon may launch on-demand music service by beginning of 2017

Amazon may launch on-demand music service by beginning of 2017

In a recent report, AFTVnews said that online retail biggie Amazon may launch its much-rumored on-demand music service by the beginning of 2017.

According to the report, based on information shared by an unidentified source, Amazon's on-demand music service will likely be called Amazon Music Unlimited. The name of the service, and its possible logo, was spotted by AFTVnews in the code of Amazon's new music app for the Fire TV.

The Amazon Music Unlimited on-demand music service will take on services like Spotify and Apple Music. Similar to the way both the existing services operate, the Amazon on-demand music service will cost $10 per month, for giving the users complete access to a library of millions of songs.

However, the forthcoming Amazon Music Unlimited on-demand music service will seemingly not come with the $99 Amazon Prime subscription.

Meanwhile, Amazon is also set to launch its Echo-based music service within a few weeks. That service will cost $5 per month, and will give Echo owners the ability to access Amazon's music library on-demand.

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