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Apple Music Hits 38 Million Paid Subscribers

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Apple Music Hits 38 Million Paid Subscribers

Apple Music Hits 38 Million Paid Subscribers

Apple Music Hits 38 Million Paid Subscribers On Monday, the company reported that its number of paid subscribers increased by 2 million.

Apple's main competitors are Alphabet Inc.'s Google, Amazon Music and Spotify, the latter of which reported a total of 71 million premium subscribers at the end of 2017.

Most of the music-streaming services charge $9.99 monthly subscriptions, but Amazon gives a $2 discount to its customers who have Prime memberships.

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