Apple is reportedly trying to finalize deals with major record labels for its new music streaming service, and while the service will be mostly for-pay, there will be some freebies.

A report out today says Apple will offer a free trial period of one to three months to people who want to check out the subscription service.

Apple, the report says, will also provide a Soundcloud-type service where content owners can upload music that can be streamed by iTunes users for free.

A new version of iTunes radio will feature music curation by real humans, not just computers, the report says.

Other reports have said that Apple doesn’t not want to provide a free streaming music service tier, as its competitor Spotify has long done. Apple doesn’t believe there’s enough money to be made selling ads around such service tiers.

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The company has even gone so far as to try to convince record labels to stop offering their content in free tiers.