Online music service, Napster, is set to drop the price of its least-expensive subscription music plan from $12.95 down to $5.
This low-cost subscription plan will allow users access to unrestricted streaming of its 7 million-song catalog and a new offering of five DRM-free downloads per month.
This plan is currently restricted to U.S. subscribers at this time.
The premium subscription will still cost $14.95 for users who would like to take content with them on portable devices (The i-pod is still not included).
At this time it is unclear if those subscribers will have the same access to the low-cost subscribers with the five free downloads.
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