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YouTube's ad-free music subscription

Joining the likes of Spotify, Pandora and Beats Music, YouTube has launched a subscription service that lets people stream ad-free music videos and download them for offline use. The $10 monthly fee for Music Key also provides access to Google's Play All Access.

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