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New Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers can get three months of the premium streaming tier for free. This paid tier opens up streaming access to over 60 million songs over the free tier.
Current subscribers can also upgrade to the Family Plan free for three months, opening up access for up to six accounts.
If you’re looking for other deals, check out Amazon’s Black Friday sale which starts today.
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Amazon’s Black Friday sale is already underway, with savings on several Ring and Echo devices. In addition to products, several Amazon services are also discounted. Right now, new Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers can get the first three months of the premium streaming tier for free.
Amazon says that Music Unlimited allows subscribers to stream over 60 million songs, which is a huge step up over the two million songs that the company offers to all Prime members through its free Prime Music service. It matches the claim that Apple makes for its $10 Apple Music streaming service. However, Spotify tops its rivals with an estimated 50 million songs, according to Business of Apps.
With this offer, new subscribers are ostensibly getting a $30 service for free. Better still, you can cancel the service at any time. So if you want to listen to music for free for 3 months, and cancel before spending any money — you have that option.
However, if you enjoyed the three-month offer and want to continue, it will cost you $8 a month or $10 per month for non-Prime members.
Already an Amazon Music Unlimited subscriber? Don’t worry. Starting October 29, current subscribers can upgrade to the Family Plan free for three months, opening up access for up to six accounts. A Family plan normally costs $15 per month, for Prime and non-Prime members, with support for six people.
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Source:: Business Insider – Tech