Streaming music, which priced you at $10 a month, will soon costs you as little as a $5 a month. Isn’t it amazing?
The two giant Amazon and Pandora are planning to launch new versions of their streaming music services in coming weeks with possible features including Skipping more songs or storing several hours of playlists. The plans will put pressure on players like Spotify and Apple music.
Amazon already offers a limited catalog of on-demand music to members of its Prime program, which costs $99 a year for free shipping, streaming movies and other perks. Whereas Pandora is expected to make the first move by unveiling of its $5 subscription platform.
Both the giants have spent months negotiating new licensing terms with record companies and music publishers to allow their new streaming offerings and they are close to completing those deals. But none of them commented on the deal.
Meanwhile, Amazon is expected to reveal a platform with a large catalog of music for $10 per month in coming weeks.