Amazon's Music Unlimited streaming service that has more songs than Spotify is free for 3 months for new subscribers
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Amazonis promoting its premium Music Unlimited streaming service by offering three months free for new subscribers to try out the service for a limited time.
- Amazon boasts that it has 60 million songs on its
music streamingservice, the same claim that Apple claims for its $9.99 Apple Music streaming service. Spotifyis estimated to have over 50 million songs, according to Business of Apps.
- After the three months are over, Amazon's Music Unlimited costs $7.99/month for Prime members. It's $9.99/month for non-Prime members, which is the same price as Spotify's base premium plan.
- Amazon's Music Unlimited service is different to the the free Prime Music service that all Prime member have access to "only" has two million songs.
- It also lets you listen to music offline.
- Read our full review of Amazon Music Unlimited here.
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