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Spotify finally launches in Japan — and with song lyrics

Music streaming service Spotify has launched officially in Japan, the company announced on Thursday. Similar to its service offerings in other markets, there will be an ad-based free tier, and premium ad-free subscription for 980 yen ($9.65) a month. But not everyone will be able to log in today. Spotify's initial launch will be on an invite-only basis before opening more broadly.
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