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  • Amazon launches music streaming service
  • Amazon launches music streaming service
    Ram Joshi (2016) ©

Amazon launches music streaming service

As the world’s largest online retailer, Amazon sells pretty much everything. It's now expanding its repertoire into the music sphere with Amazon Music Unlimited, a streaming subscription service that offers up a catalogue of ad-free tracks and curated playlists.



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