You can still get an extended free trial of Amazon Music Unlimited, getting you three months free. Normally this service would cost you $10 per month, so this is a $30 value here.
Amazon doesn't normally let these 3 months free trials last that long, so you're going to want to sign up for Music Unlimited before it's gone.
Amazon Music Unlimited is a really great service actually. It offers up millions of songs that you can listen to on demand. You can add these to your library and download them for listening offline.
It also offers up the ability to create playlists and curate radio stations based on the type of music that you like to listen too. Amazon does have people curating these playlists too. Giving you a really good experience, and there will be something for everyone.
You're going to be able to listen to loads of songs, including listening to new ones as soon as they come out. And best of all, it's ad-free.
Amazon Music Unlimited also works on all of the platforms that you can imagine. That includes Android, iOS, Amazon Fire Tablets & TV, Amazon Alexa devices and much more. You can ask Alexa to play music from Amazon Music Unlimited with your voice. And actually this would work well with the discounted Echo Dot we wrote about earlier today.
If you're looking to make the switch to a new streaming music service, it's definitely worth checking out Amazon Music Unlimited. As mentioned, Amazon doesn't allow you to get three months free typically, so you're going to want to sign up for this one before it is gone.
You can sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited by clicking here. Remember that after the three months are up, you'll be charged $9.99 per month. So you'll want to remember to cancel after the three months – unless you want to keep the service.