Amazon may be taking aim at Spotify and Apple Music. A Reuters report that says the seller of almost all is getting ready to launch a full-on, stand-alone subscription music service.

Currently the company has a sort of second-tier service with a limited catalog of music that’s included with Amazon Prime. The service will reportedly cost $9.99 per month, thank Apple Music and Spotify for those pricing teirs.

The report says it’ll likely mirror the standalone prime video service Amazon launched earlier this year. That goes for $8.99 a month for non-Prime members.

“A music service will further increase the daily interactions between Amazon and its customer base,”

said former music executive Jay Samit when told about the company’s plan.

Source (amazon)

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