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Apple Plans to Eventually Charge for Its Cloud Music Service?

Apple may initially offer its cloud music service free but it plans to eventually charge for the service, according to CNET.
Billboard writer Ed Christman reported last September that Google was considering a plan to charge $25 a year for a subscription for its cloud service. Last month, the blog Wayne’s World reported that Apple would charge $20 annually, but nobody I spoke with seems to know for sure what Apple may ask. An Apple spokesman did not respond to an interview request.
Reuters reports that Apple has finished work on its cloud music locker and MediaMemo says Apple has signed up at least two labels.

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