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Rumor: Google Music cloud to cost $25 per year

By Emil
Sep 16, 2010
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  1. Google has been talking to record labels about a download music store that would include à-la-carte purchases as well as a subscription component that would cost $25 a year, according to Billboard. Consumers would be able to purchase music by the track or album, and also pay yearly to store songs in the cloud. Then, they would be able to access their personal library, by either streaming or downloading, from any Internet-connected device.

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  2. Ubuntu Linux already does this with it's Ubuntu One Music Store (integrated into it's Rhythmbox Music Player) and purchased music is automatically synced to the Ubuntu One cloud storage. If you use Ubuntu 10.04 or later, you get 2gigs of free cloud storage and the option for more at very low monthly premiums.
     
  3. Richy2k9

    Richy2k9 TS Enthusiast Posts: 515

    hello ...

    i really like this idea, i sure hope it comes to my part of the world too.

    btw, @ guest i shall check this Ubuntu thingy, seems interesting :p

    cheers!
     


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