Free online radio service Google Music is about to get a major upgrade, with the launch of a new subscription service.
Google Music will be available in the U.S. and Canada for $3,995 a year starting this week.
Google said it will launch the new service, which will include the Spotify, Apple Music, and Spotify Premium services.
Spotify Premium is a subscription service that gives you access to all the streaming music in Google Play Music.
Apple Music will also be available to subscribers.
Spotify, the streaming audio service from Apple, is currently the dominant streaming music service in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
The company said last month it has surpassed 200 million subscribers.
Google is adding two new streaming services this week: One from Google Music, the search engine giant, and one from Apple Music.
Spotify will be one of the new services available on the Google Music service.
The Spotify Premium subscription will also come with an additional Spotify app and access to music.
Apple has not announced pricing for the new Google Music subscription.
Apple has also announced that it will also offer free music streaming through the Apple Music App, Apple’s app for buying music.
The new Apple Music app will let users stream songs, artists, and albums from Apple’s streaming service.
Apple Music will have over 3 billion songs, according an estimate from comScore.
Google announced a $1 billion round of funding earlier this month to help the company build its streaming music services.