Amazon has just unleashed a new on-demand music streaming service that offers a comprehensive collection of music and is available in the US starting at less than $4 USD per month. Dubbed Music Unlimited, this service is compatible with macOS, iOS, Windows, Android, as well as various Amazon products such as Echo.
According to the official press release, Amazon Music Unlimited combines "the simplicity and magic of natural language voice control—powered by Alexa—with tens of millions of songs and thousands of hand-curated playlists and personalized stations."
The subscription plans available to US customers start at $3.99 USD (for those using the service exclusively with an Amazon Echo device), going up to $7.99 USD for Prime members, and $9.99 USD as a standard fee. Prime members can also get a yearly subscription for $79 USD, while a Family Plan worth $14.99 USD/month or $149 USD/year is coming soon. Germany, Austria and the UK will also get Amazon Music Unlimited by the end of the year.
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