You can sign up now and get three months for free. But don’t forget that once those three months are up, you will be charged $9.99 for the next month and so on. So if you don’t want to keep Amazon Music Unlimited, then you’re going to want to make sure you cancel it.
Amazon Music Unlimited is a pretty great music streaming service, actually, but as usual, it’s not for everyone. Amazon has tens of millions of songs available on its streaming service, and it starts at just $3.99 per month, if you are only going to listen on Echo smart speakers.
However, if you are a student, you can get Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99 per month. Which severely undercuts YouTube Music, Spotify and others with student discounts.
You’ll get unlimited access to every song on the service. It’s also ad-free, always. And you can skip songs whenever you want. Which is pretty much standard for streaming music services, but there are some out there that do still have ads and only a certain number of skips per day.
With Amazon Music Unlimited you can also set up playlists based on your tastes. Or you can subscribe to playlists that are curated by professionals. And there are also radio stations available on Amazon Music Unlimited, so you can go ahead and listen to different stations and find some new music. Which is so easy to experience some new stuff.
You can sign up for Amazon Music Unlimited by clicking here. It’s currently unclear how long this deal is going to last, for three months of Amazon Music Unlimited for free, so you’ll want to get it before it’s gone.