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Prime Day hasn’t officially kicked off yet, but as in past years, the retailer will likely start rolling out Prime Day deals ahead of its annual deals event – starting with their own subscription service. Amazon Music and Voice.
But, Amazon Music UnlimitedOffering on-demand and ad-free access to over 100 million songs, it’s already offering a 30-day free trial for those who want to try the music platform before making a monthly investment.
In January, the e-commerce platform, Amazon Music Unlimited individual plan for non-Prime members for $1 per month, from $9.99 to $10.99 per month. Also, the Amazon Music unlimited student plan has increased from $4.99 per month to $5.99 per month.
“We are updating the prices of certain Amazon Music Unlimited plans to help us bring you more content and features,” the e-commerce company said in a statement. don’t notice on the support site on price change.
The Spotify alternative has become the music streaming site of choice for audiophiles. Critics noted that Amazon Music outperforms Spotify in audio quality, offering higher fidelity tracks at no extra cost, allowing for a lossless listening experience that impressively approaches the quality of the original recording.
Amazon Music is also the best choice for those who have Alexa devices and can take advantage of the discounted rate. Once the four-month promotion ends, Alexa device owners can limit streaming to a single Echo or Fire TV, bringing the price down to $4 a month, bringing the cost down to more than half the price compared to Spotify.
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