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Apple’s iCloud could be free to start, later cost $25 annually

Apple’s upcoming iCloud service is looking to push users into the cloud — or at least their iTunes music collection anyway — and it will be doing it for free.

Well, at no charge to consumers to start.

But, later on, Apple is planning to charge iCloud users a fee of about $25 a year to upload their music collection to the tech giant’s servers so they can stream the music through a Web browser, or to whatever iPod Touch/iPhone/iPad or Mac they like, reports The Times’ Alex Pham over on our sister blog Company Town.

Full story: Apple’s iCloud could be free to start, later cost $25 annually – latimes.com