Amazon launched a new competitor to Spotify and Apple Music. It’s called Music Unlimited.
The Seattle-based company describes Music Unlimited as a music streaming service that provides “tens of millions of songs with new releases from today’s most popular artists.”
Amazon Prime members will be able to get the new service for $7.99 a month or $79 a year while non-Prime members will have to pay $9.99 per month.
As a bonus, Amazon will offer a plan of $3.99 a month for those who own the Echo smart speaker. Once subscribed, Echo users will be able to play songs on Music Unlimited just by using their voice.
Amazon Music Unlimited is now available on Android and iOS.
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