If you are a fan of streaming music, this will be good news for you. Spotify is the top music streaming destination for many in the UK and to better compete with the top dog, Napster has announced that it will be cutting the price of its service.
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Napster was the first peer-to-peer network that was used by music pirates, but has since gone clean and sells music. Napster has cut the price of its unlimited streaming package to £5 and gives five free track downloads as well.
Once you go over that five free track mark you can get more downloads for 59p each. That makes the Napster service half the price of Spotify's premium service and Spotify doesn't include free downloads.