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Samsung took a plunge into the music-streaming fray with its own US-only internet radio service Milk Music in March — which was free and without ads. Now that could change though, as the Milk Music Google Play app has just been updated to introduce a premium-tier offering, as reported by Android Police. UPDATE: Samsung tells TNW that ad-free listening will still continue on both the free and premium versions of Milk Music — what you’re paying $3.99 for is offline listening and unlimited song skips. It also revealed that Milk Music has passed three million downloads. See the company’s full statement at…

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