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Broadband customers could soon find themselves with unlimited access to a massive catalogue of music, according to reports.
The Times claims that Warner Music, as well as some other industry labels, has approached major UK ISPs offering its massive songs.
Under plans being considered users would pay a subscription for an unlimited number of songs. This would mark a change from the current system which sees music fans pay per track.
The Times cited a source close to one of the UK's largest ISPs, as saying: "Conversations are definitely happening with Warner, but the idea is that eventually all the major labels will come on board.
"The music industry is shifting more and more to an 'access' model, and we're actively looking at services where unlimited tracks would be bundled into a tariff."
Sony BMG, Warner and EMI announced that they had reached an agreement to provide their catalogues to a Danish company which would make their music available to contract customers.
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