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YouTube's new music subscription service takes on Apple Music and Spotify

Business Insider Thursday, 17 May 2018
YouTube's new music subscription service takes on Apple Music and Spotify· *YouTube is taking on the likes of Apple and Spotify with a new $10/month music subscription service named YouTube Music Premium.*
· *The service pairs with YouTube Premium for $2 more, the new name for YouTube Red, to offer one monthly subscription to both services.*
· *Paying the additional $2 monthly gets rid of ads on...
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YouTube is starting a new $10 a month streaming music subscription service to compete with Apple and Spotify in the lucrative business. Aleksandra Michalska reports.

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