Hot off the back of the news that Napster has dropped its subscription fee, Sky Songs is also set to undercut Spotify with a choice of £6.49 or £7.99 per month price plans.
For £6.49 a month you'll get unlimited streaming of more than 4 million tracks, as well as a whole album worth £6.49 or 10 individual tracks to download and keep.
The more expensive £7.99 monthly fee will get you a choice of a more expensive album or 15 songs, alongside the unlimited streaming.
Individual tracks will start from 65p, and if you're a Sky customer already, you'll get a free album when you sign up.
Whether the downloaded tracks will sway music lovers away from the mobile apps the likes of Spotify has to offer remains to be seen – but with Sky Songs launching on 19 October, there's not much longer to wait to find out.