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Amazon will launch a music-streaming service under its Prime membership plan, BuzzFeed reported Thursday.
According to the news site, the e-commerce giant has inked deals with two out of the three major music labels, Warner Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment. The service, slated for June or July, would join a growing list of premium services already available via Amazon, including on-demand video and e-books.
The music service will reportedly limit the number of songs consumers can stream.