Over the last weekend, some information about an upcoming streaming service from Amazon leaked.

Reportedly called Amazon Music Unlimited, it is said that Amazon will soon launch the new music streaming service to combat other services like Apple Music, Spotify and the many other services.

In particular, the guys over at The Verge revealed the most early details about the service, reporting that there would be a $5 a month version that will launch specifically for the Amazon Echo, with another enhanced version of the service that will launch for $10 a month.

APTV News and Caschy’s Blog expanded upon this, taking a look through the code of the Amazon Music app for the Fire TV, from which they revealed the following:

– It looks like service will be called Amazon Muisc Unlimited.
– The full-price service will run $10/month, but Amazon Prime members will be offered a discounted rate of $8/month.
– Subscribers will be able to uploaded an unlimited amount of their own music to Amazon Cloud Drive in order to stream songs – they already own as well as music that’s part of the streaming service.

As of yet Amazon has not revealed anything official about the service, but as soon as they do, we will let you know.

Sources: Verge : AFTV News : Caschy

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