Beats Music brings up to 5 people and 10 devices unlimited music

AT&T has announced a new exclusive music streaming service for subscribers from Beats Music. The new AT&T music service will kick off on January 21 and is available for an entire family. The Beats Music plan with AT&T will cost $14.99 per month for up to five family members.
The service will offer unlimited downloads and unlimited streaming music. Each member on a family plan will get access to a library of over 20 million songs. The service will also have a unique curated music experience.
Each of the people on the music service will be able to download and stream their own music. Users can create playlists and Beats music will offer a curated service as well. That curated service has a group of editors that hand pick songs to create playlists that users will enjoy.
AT&T will offer the service at no cost for 90 days so the users can see how much they like it before signing up.

Source: AT&T

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