Amazon.com has been reportedly planning to offer an expanded music service that will feature more music than its existing Prime Music service.
Amazon is no stranger to media streaming, what with its Prime Music and Prime Video services.
According to a report from the New York Post, Amazon.com has started work on a new streaming service similar to Apple Music and Spotify. The streaming service would "feature a much more robust music selection" than what Amazon currently offers through Prime Music.
In addition, Amazon's streaming service would require a paid subscription, much like Apple Music currently does. The new music service would be separate from Prime, according to the report, and require a monthly fee of around $10, though Amazon Echo buyers may get a discount.
The report says that work toward the service is "still at an early stage."